Putting the Power of Agronomic data to Work
For the world’s 580 million farmers, the need for actionable information has never been more critical to feed
a growing population of 10 billion by 2050.
Whether your software or mobile service is serving large precision ag farmers, commercial vegetable growers, small holder farmers,
or food security planners you need actionable information to make the critical decisions faced by agriculture in every season. The
availability of weather and agronomic data influences the entire value chain, from research organizations and private sector
companies, to promoting new technologies into the hands of the farmer. Emerging farm information and mobile applications are
revolutionizing agriculture, but the software itself does not add sustainable value without the integration of real-time agronomic and
weather data tailored specifically to individual fields.
Likewise, how can policy makers or global development organizations assess agricultural needs, monitor crop status and agricultural
practices, and measure program outcomes with limited government and donor funds?
Better information, better decisions
aWhere provides data and solutions that enable farmers and organizations around the globe with better information to reduce risk and
increase productivity while realizing more value from agricultural assets than ever before. More than just weather, our Agricultural
Intelligence Platform delivers data that informs decisions for advanced farmers, commercial vegetable growers, small holder farmers,
development professionals or policy makers. Daily, monthly and long-term field-level data available online informs effective operational
planning, supports risk mitigation, and enables outcome monitoring.
Additionally, we offer your application developers access to field-specific data anytime, plus a constantly growing library of content and
agronomic models for analysis. Using our APIs and widgets, software companies can bring to market the tools that both large and small
farming operations need to be more resilient, cope with weather variability and boost productivity.