Advanced Agrilytics Surpasses One Million Acres of Influence
Advanced Agrilytics – an agronomy services company focused on unlocking the potential of every acre – has announced the collective achievement of reaching one million acres of agronomic influence across its eight-state Midwestern footprint. Since its founding in 2015, the company has been driven by its mission to deliver on the promise of precision agriculture. The achievement of this growth milestone signifies the continued need for unbiased, science-based agronomic recommendations for corn and soybean growers to help improve productivity.
“Our team’s success in growing together and making a positive impact with growers is truly remarkable,” said Sean Arians, Grower Direct Lead. “We’re proud of the reputation we’re building as the primary agronomic resource. It’s an honor to provide our service to growers as we continue to expand our footprint.”
Headquartered in Indianapolis with a primarily remote workforce, the team has grown over 300% in the last three years. This has included the addition of roles across the business including sales leadership, engineering, data science, research, people development and operations.
“Our innovation is being powered by an industry-leading research division in Ag Ingenuity Partners, providing our agronomists with proprietary tools and technology helping to make our science actionable,” said Kay Kuenker, CEO. “While this milestone has been achieved by our Grower Direct business segment, it’s been the consistent effort from our entire team to get us to this point.”
Throughout this high-growth period, the team has also experienced over 95% customer retention, year over year – indicating the consistent, reliable delivery of on-farm results for its growers.
“We’ve been customers of Advanced Agrilytics since it was founded in 2015,” said Ben Moore, Woodburn, Indiana farmer. “They continue to challenge our thought process and help us to improve the overall productivity of our operation. They’re constantly innovating, bringing us something new to consider, and are an invaluable resource on our farm.”