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TracMap Data Now Available in FarmIQ

TracMap makes data available to FarmIQ subscribers

Wellington, New Zealand. 29 January 2019.

Integrating two of the country’s leading farm software systems means farmers can now have TracMap Proof of Application data seamlessly passed to their FarmIQ account, ensuring records are updated quickly and accurately for compliance and management needs.

“This is an important development for FarmIQ’s customers. Many farmers have been asking us for Tracmap’s Proof of Application and Proof of Placement data for some time,” said FarmIQ chief executive Darryn Pegram.

“Now more than ever, farmers need to store this data in their farm management system for planning, reporting and compliance purposes. With the data in FarmIQ, farmers can easily control who has access to it and share their information appropriately.”

David Glen, TracMap Chief Executive Officer said TracMap was delighted to be partnering with FarmIQ.

“Our customers want all their information in one place, and they are increasingly turning to FarmIQ. This partnership makes our TracMap Proof of Application data more accessible for FarmIQ’s customers and helps them manage all their compliance requirements.”

To view their Proof of Application data, FarmIQ subscribers need to be on an Enterprise Pack (Livestock or Dairy) and have identified their preferred spreading contractor within the system.

Once complete, all spreading jobs completed by that contractor will automatically appear in paddock history reports, paddock nutrient reports and the farm diary.

TracMap functionality is available to FarmIQ customers now—customers wanting to get set up should contact FarmIQ Support on 0800 FARMIQ (327 647). TracMap customers can contact TracMap Helpdesk on 0800 TRACMAP (872 262) or email help@tracmap.com

About FarmIQ

FarmIQ is New Zealand’s most comprehensive Farm Management Software platform. Servicing more than 3000 farms across New Zealand and with more than 70 million animal events already recorded, it is New Zealand’s leading farm management software.

The FarmIQ platform is neutral and open and is connected to a wide-range of data sources, including all of the major meat and dairy processors.

It is used by a wide range of customers and agribusinesses to support farm assurance, compliance and productivity programmes.

FarmIQ is based in Wellington, employs 35 people and is owned by Farmlands, Landcorp, Silver Fern Farms and Veterinary Enterprises

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