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Iteris, Conservis Corp. partner on decision support analytics for farm management

Iteris, Inc. has partnered with Conservis Corp. to integrate Iteris' ClearAg Visualization Components and Advisory Services into Conservis' next-generation farm management information system (FMIS) platform.

Conservis' FMIS platform manages more than $8 billion of farm assets at all stages of production, providing growers with real-time management including planning, purchasing, planting, harvesting, and marketing control.

Through the integration with Iteris, Conservis customers will also be able to access ClearAg's global weather, water, soil, and crop health advisory information through the embedded visualization components in Conservis' farm management dashboard.

A company news release says Conservis will provide a unique and powerful solution set that helps reduce operational costs and increase crop yields.

The integration of ClearAg Visualization Components and APIs into Conservis' leading farm management software will also provide Conservis users access to ClearAg's new Harvest Advisory Services, which should help optimize important harvest operations, including the determination of optimal harvest windows based upon crop moisture content and crop growth stages.

www.iteris.com

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