Helping You Connect the Agtech Supply Chain
As a leader in agribusiness, you know that technology is the means to a secure and sustainable food supply.
You know the urgent need for data that is standardized and synchronized to work across formats, systems and pipelines.
You know that interoperability is a catalyst for innovation.
A market moving this fast won’t wait for your internal capacity to catch up.
Data conversion and integration
Custom software development
Application Programming Interfaces
Interactive mobile apps
Business process automation
GIS Mapping for precision ag
Spatial database design
Skyward Apps gives you a critical technical advantage
Skyward Apps has been developing data-driven applications for precision ag since 2011.
Our clients benefit from the combined knowledge and experience of a software development team that has completed hundreds of software projects, from pilots and prototypes to end-to-end development and delivery.
We work with some of the largest ag innovators, including:
Syngenta: a seed selection tool backed by extensive agronomic information
Beeswax Dyson Farming: data exchange to connect standalone apps
Boumatic: modernized dairy farm management suite
SST Software (now Proagrica): Sirrus mobile app
AgIntegrated (AGI): Rover mobile app, part of the Onsite application suite
Since we opened our doors, we have collaborated with customers to develop web and mobile applications farmers adopted for their simple interfaces and user-friendly, visual presentation of in-depth data.
Our software developers and architects work in lockstep with internal teams and third parties on large, complex and transformative integration projects. Ask us for referrals.
Do you know how to extract value from this much data?
While the ag industry has created more data than anyone could ever use, the information is in an abundance of places, languages, and formats. Aggregating, formatting, extracting, and consolidating data from multiple sources into a single structure is a technical challenge that will only increase with adoption of broader sustainability metrics.
For farmers to improve soil health, participate in carbon sequestration, produce more food and otherwise benefit from the sustainability movement, there needs to be more data harmonization, interoperability between systems, collaboration between partners and the resources necessary to capture, convert and organize more agronomic, machine, GIS and public data sources necessary for climate-smart agriculture.
Don’t fall behind for lack of in-house expertise or capacity.
See what it’s like to work with a technology team that’s as integral to your success as your own people.