Conservis Annual Revenue, Number of Employees, Growth and Funding
- Conservis has 90 Employees.
- Conservis grew their employee count by 34% last year.
- Conservis currently has 1 job openings.
|Gary Davis||Director of Quality Assurance|
|Jonathan Harms||Customer Success Manager|
|Robert Gulack||Market Segmentation manager|
|Robert Barbieri||Managing Director|
|Matt Moen||Vice President Of Account Management|
|Evgeni Gordeev||Principal Software Engineer|
|Audrey Doty||Product Manager|
|Kristen Johnson||Marketing Manager|
|Joel Coppin||VP of Product Development|
|Thierry Le Meur||Director Of Engineering|
What Is Conservis?
Based in Minneapolis, Conservis is dedicated to changing the business of farming. Conservis Corporation was founded in 2009 and serves farms across the U.S., Canada, Argentina and Australia. Gives Farmers Control with Confidence The Conservis solution was created with farmers, for farmers, so agricultural enterprises can make confident management decisions based on solid data. Farmers have exclusive access to their private cloud-based database from mobile devices and desktops. Professional reports are easily created and shared with partners, banks, insurance companies, landlords and other stakeholders. Farmers can plan purchases and activities, then identify and verify that their production is on target and make adjustments in real time as needed. Unlike traditional methods (paper, Excel spreadsheets) and other farm management software, Conservis tracks activities and inventories, down to the field, truck and bin level.keywords:N/A
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