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Our Relationships With Growers

Updated: Jun 24, 2020

Andrew Nelson is proud to work alongside Andrew Nelson who is a grower and also on our Advisory Board. Andrew, a fifth generation farmer in the Palouse Region of Eastern Washington farms 9,000 acres of dryland wheat with his brother Bruce Nelson, his wife, and two sons.

Prior to Andrew continuing on with the family tradition, he was a software consultant in the Seattle area and led many software teams in developing solutions for multiple Fortune 100 companies. Receiving a B.S. in Computer Science and a B.A. in Business Administration from the University of Washington has provided him with extensive knowledge both in technical and business management skills. This not only allows Andrew to successfully continue his career as a farmer but also in consulting as a software developer.

With our company having a progressive farming mindset as well as many other farmers like Andrew, we have seen and collected data that shows the benefit of technology. Such as how it has helped with management operations like soil moisture, climate, pest and disease management, and labor allocation. 

Learning from and working alongside Andrew Nelson has given our team an invaluable experience. Being able to see and be apart of a community of farmers that have provided real time information, data, and techniques that has made positive impacts in their farming systems regarding resource management gives our team the confidence to use our expertise to help other farmers be successful in resource management as well while also reducing management costs with our technology.


We would like to take this moment to encourage the viewer to either click on this link or the image above to watch a promotional video about Andrew Nelson's involvement in Agricultural Technologies and how it has evolved his management practices on and off the farm.

Thank you for your time and consideration in our company and we hope to hear from you soon!



You're invited to join us on some of our travels during the months of March and April!

Members of the team frequently attend agriculture events as participants or simply to learn from others. These events provide perfect opportunities to make new connections and to tell people about our company and what we have to offer.

We'd thoroughly enjoy connecting with you in person!

If you happen to be headed to an upcoming event and would like to verify whether any of our members will be there, give us a call at (509) 473-0252 or email us at Want to know more about these events? Click on the green buttons to find more information!

The Washington Wine Growers Convention is held at Three Rivers Convention Center in Kennewick, WA. This event is held in order to collaborate with growers and wine makers so that they can learn new insights with technology.

Want to meet some of the brightest minds in global agriculture? Our team will be attending the World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit in order to find potential partnership opportunities.

This event is a big on for our company and we can't wait to host the WSU Digital Ag-Athon! We are partnering with WSU and Microsoft in order to teach students and anyone willing to participate about cloud computing within Azure, and even how to use satellite and other imagery to deliver agriculture-focused insights.

Please go view our website for more information

The primary goal of the Bridging Partnerships Small Business Symposium is to bring professionals together from both small and large companies to procure adequate relationships.

The Flywheel Investment Conference is an event held in Wenatchee, WA that focuses on bringing entrepreneurs, investors and even community members together in order to gain momentum for growing companies in the State of Washington.


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