K·Coe Isom and Agworld Announce New Strategic Partnership

Companies Integrate Business Advisory and Technology to Deliver Enriched Farm Management Experiences for Growth, Profitability

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(June 19, 2018) Loveland, Co. – K·Coe Isom and Agworld have joined together to provide a farm management system that will allow farmers to make better decisions in today’s increasingly complex, data-driven agriculture.

The strategic partnership between K·Coe Isom, a national leader in food and agriculture business advisory, and Agworld, a worldwide farm management technology provider, was formed with a vision for offering a “best-in-class” production agriculture ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system.  The system has been touted as a global leader in the future of digital agriculture, as it provides sophisticated solutions for capturing, managing, and improving farm data to employ sound financial and operational decisions for agribusinesses.

“For farmers, this is a game-changer,” says Jeff Wald, CEO at K·Coe Isom.  “Our customers value our agricultural business savvy, but without securing reliable data that can be used over time to make creative and financially-sound business decisions, you’re putting your farm at a disadvantage.  We saw an opportunity to alleviate this disparity with not only a data collection system, but a comprehensive farm management system that we can use to manage risk and provide proactive advice to our clients.”

Agworld’s easy-to-use, single-entry farm management platform allows farming operations to seamlessly connect with the people and systems that make the farm work.  Agworld CEO Doug Fitch explains: “Think of it as a command center for a farm.  The platform creates a single information resource that links up on-farm operations with agronomists, financial advisors, ag retailers, lenders, custom applicators and other key farming partners and stakeholders. It also collects data from equipment sensors, field and satellite imagery and other emerging ag data streams.”

Through this partnership, farmers will now have access to the robust information they need, and the consultancy to properly use, analyze, and store the data for long-term financial solutions. See how Agworld helped Sundquist Fruit increase productivity and workflow or request more information here.


About K·Coe Isom

K·Coe Isom leads, nationally, as consultants and CPAs in the food and agriculture industry—services constituting more than two-thirds of the firm’s business. The firm is embedded throughout the U.S. food-supply chain—from policy to plate—working with producers, input suppliers, processors, packagers, distributors, biofuel manufacturers, equipment dealerships, landowners, lenders, and many agencies and policy organizations that support the industry.  K·Coe Isom serves domestic and international clientele from eight states, spanning coast-to-coast offices. Visit www.kcoe.com.

About Agworld

Agworld, Inc. LLC was founded in 2009 in Western Australia as a platform to enable growers, advisors, applicators and other key stakeholders in production agriculture to work together on the same platform. Agworld allows users to capture and share farm information, manage risk and drive better decisions that increase whole farm profitability.

Already used by more than 3,000 active growers in the U.S. and more than 30,000 active users worldwide, resulting in 100 million mapped unique acres globally, Agworld allows agricultural producers to independently control their own farm’s data, sharing what they choose, when they want and with whom they want. Agworld puts farmers are in the farm data driver’s seat.  For more information, visit www.agworld.co.


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