Australian AgTech company recognised as Farm Management Solution of the Year

TieUp Farming, a cloud-based software solution that provides end-to-end operations management for the horticulture industry, recently announced it is the “Farm Management Solution of the Year” in the 4th annual AgTech Breakthrough Awards program conducted by AgTech Breakthrough, a leading market intelligence organization that recognizes the top companies, technologies and products in the global agricultural and food technology markets today.

TieUp Farming provides a single platform for managing all aspects of farm operations, including crop planning and scheduling, irrigation and water management, fertilization and crop protection, harvest and packing, and supply chain management. The platform also includes a range of features that help compliance such as food safety and environmental regulations.

Keith and Roei from Tie Up Farming

In addition, TieUp Farming provides add-on modules like labor management, financial management, and asset management that can be customized to meet the specific needs of each business. By focusing on the executive team, farm manager, and field user, TieUp Farming provides one point of data capturing during the farming process that enables this data to be streamlined. Along with the control and command modules, TieUp also utilizes QR barcodes, RFID technology and integration to sensors in order to capture more data.

With the Tie Up Farming platform, farmers gain insights such as when workers can safely re-enter zones after chemical use, suggested times to pick in order to comply with regulations, new labor laws, and audit requirements for chemical usage. The platform also delivers data to understand correct pruning, the impact of weather as well as information on fertilizers’ influence on fruit size, color and more. The scalable solution is designed to be used by businesses of all sizes.

“TieUp Farming is a powerful tool that can help businesses to improve their operations and achieve their goals. From small farms to enterprise-sized agribusinesses, farmers can now manage their entire operation in one place. Congratulations to our ‘Farm Management Solution Of The Year’ winner,” said Bryan Vaughn, Managing Director, AgTech Breakthrough. “TieUp Farming is helping growers transition into the future of food production by offering a grower-centric horticultural management platform that improves their efficiency, productivity, and profitability.”

The mission of the annual AgTech Breakthrough Awards program is to conduct the industry’s most comprehensive analysis and evaluation of agricultural and food technology categories, including Internet-of-Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) based agricultural technologies, farm management, indoor farming, food quality, data analytics and many more. This year's program attracted more than 1,750 nominations from over 15 different countries throughout the world.

“We pride ourselves in working with agribusinesses to implement our technology, and we work closely with our customers, listening to what they would like to develop next. This award from AgTech

Breakthrough validates the hard work we have put into our solution and our dedication to these customers,” said Roei Yaakobi, CEO of TieUp Farming. “By digitizing farming operations and streamlining processes in the field, orchards and packing sheds, we’ve helped farms become more efficient and sustainable. We stand ready to be the answer to complicated farming processes.”

For more information:

Roei Yaakobi
Tie Up Farming
Tel: +61 402 276 625

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