“Fortunately, Solinftec's data technology can be adapted for nearly any piece of farming environment. They brought us a solution focused on improving our daily operations within an impressive development timeline."
“The technology is compatible with any type of machine and has minimal human input requirements. For us, this means less operator input error and improved data integrity.”
Dixie Walker, Project Manager | US Sugar
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Sugarcane producers are seeing increases in productivity and efficiency while reducing costs.
“Our customers have reduced the number of machines needed by up to 40%, while continuing to increase production after integrating Solinftec’s technology into their digital command centers,” said Genrry Perez, Solinftec co-founder and technical vice president. “And these results are not isolated to the sugarcane industry – we’re seeing immense efficiency gains across all of the commodities we are working with.”
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