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AgFiniti Opens to Third party integration through API

by Kaleb Lindquist on December, 22 2016 in AgFiniti®

Recently Ag Leader announced an Application Program Interface (API) for our AgFiniti® Cloud Based Platform. This has been quoted as "a big step forward toward broader software connectivity" by one online publication. This is indeed an exciting step for Ag Leader!

For you as a grower…what the heck does this mean? It means you can use the display you want and your trusted advisors can use the software they're accustomed to.

When I hear the term "API" I hear things like: connectivity, efficiency and seamlessness. This means that, as a grower, I can send as-applied data to my agronomist or any other trusted advisor and they can access it, regardless of what software they use. It's a two-way street, so if they generate a prescription file for my Ag Leader display, I can wirelessly access that file through AgFiniti.

Not being tied to a single software package opens the doors for connectivity in our industry. Something our growers have been asking for, for a long time now. An API is the first big step to making this happen.

As word of the AgFiniti API spreads, Ag Leader will connect to more and more 3rd party companies. Making it even easier for you, as a grower, to do your job.

Interested developers should submit a request through this webpage.

Kaleb Lindquist

Kaleb started at Ag Leader as a Technical Support Representative in January of 2011, from there he transitioned to the position of Training Specialist, then to the role of Software Sales Specialist and now he is our West Coast Territory Manager. Kaleb grew up on a farm near Albert City, IA where his family grows corn and soybeans in addition to raising hogs and cattle. He graduated from Iowa State University in the spring of 2012 with a degree in Agronomy emphasizing in crop production. In his free time he can be found back home helping on the farm, hunting, fishing, riding motorcycles, and spending time with family and friends.

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