When New Zealand’s largest potato seed supplier went looking for a cloud-based software solution to centralise its operations and track crops – it didn’t have to dig too far afield. With off-the-shelf options proving limited, Eurogrow turned to Saasam.
Taking back authenticity were key drivers behind RBC Group’s Help Desk solution with Agiloft. Standing as one of Australia’s largest independent and privately owned technology integrators, the company sought to replace their existing software with a solution that wasn’t inhibiting.
Farmax provides farm modelling software to sheep, beef and dairy farmers across New Zealand and around the world. The software and model helps farmers get the best results from their farms. Farmax has hundreds of farmers and agricultural consultants using their software and provides a helpdesk, as well as a bureau service for farm modelling. Farmax use Agiloft to handle their CRM and Sales.
Outpac Designs Limited, makers of Pacsafe, was established in 1998 by 2 Australian friends who had sailed most of the world’s oceans and clocked up visits to more than 80 countries around the world. Their own experiences and those of other travellers convinced them of the need for no-nonsense travel security and from that their eXomesh anti-theft technology was born and formed the first-ever, award-winning Pacsafe anti-theft backpack protector.
Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS) is a teaching and research hospital. Mark Babashanian, the Vice President of Administration and Finance says that the three-part mission of the institution is: Education, Research, and Patient Care.
Lattice Semiconductor is the number three ranked company in world market share for field-programmable gate array (FPGA) devices and number two for simple and complex programmable logic devices (SPLDs and CPLDs). For 30 years, Lattice has manufactured and supplied programmable mixed-signal and interconnect products with related software and intellectual property, including their own Lattice Diamond design software.
Condé Nast is one of the world’s largest publication companies and the owner of brands such as Wired, Vogue, and Vanity Fair. It publishes more than 126 magazines and 104 websites, representing 24 markets around the globe. Condé Nast combines the power of its brands, the passion of its people, and a broad consumer reach to help support meaningful change in the community and world.