“Collaborating within Ag Tech is going to move innovation further along as we break out of technology silos and provide a better experience to the agricultural industry,” said Amy Krauth, Director of Partnerships at Bushel. “Integrations with Merchant Ag and our other ERPs is how we can continue building on agriculture’s digital infrastructure and solve real problems for agribusinesses and their producer customers.”
Last year, Bushel announced an integration with EFC System’s FieldAlytics software to provide spatial, detailed financial models based on scouting, sampling, planning and fertility activities within Bushel powered mobile apps.
Bushel is an independently owned software company and leading provider of software technology solutions for growers, grain buyers, ag retailers, protein producers, and food companies. They are headquartered in Fargo, N.D. Since launching in 2017, Bushel’s platform has grown rapidly, powering nearly 2,000 grain facilities across the U.S. and Canada with real-time business information for their producers. Bushel’s platform now reaches more than 40% of grain origination in the United States, resulting in inarguably the largest technology network effect among growers and grain buyers in the U.S. Bushel’s product suite includes its flagship mobile app, websites, trading tools, digital payments and money facilitation, market feeds, API services, FarmLogs, and a custom software division focused on agriculture. Bushel has been focused on building software since the company was founded in 2011. Data privacy is a cornerstone of Bushel’s philosophy.