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By Jason Tatge | Oct. 9, 2020
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After 30 years, Ernie Chappell still considers the agricultural software business he founded, EFC Systems, as a three decades-old startup. That begs the question. When is a company no longer a startup? According to Ernie, maybe never.
In agriculture’s ever-evolving landscape of precision ag, data intelligence and software integration if you’re passionate about driving change, the goal is to ALWAYS stay startup-nimble and NEVER SETTLE for anything less than forward-movement. In fact, change is crucial to accelerating the growth and number of digitally engaged ag retailers and growers needed for the future.
Tune in (here) for the full Extra Mile as Ernie and Jason talk about two of the greatest challenges facing today’s ag change-makers — time and talent. According to EFC’s CEO, the farmer’s growing need-for-speed in securing more and better intelligence has added stress to ag retailers who face doing more with a significantly smaller qualified ag talent pool. Having enough “right” ag-talent to meet farmers’ exponential need for intelligence is driving even more innovation in record-keeping and farm management and planning systems.
Tune in here for the full episode with Ernie and Jason as they talk about trends in ag-business and how EFC System has been leading the way in precision ag for decades.