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SMS Training and Resources

by Isaac Bowers on October, 24 2013 in Ag Leader, Training & Support

One goal of the SMS Software team is to provide training opportunities and resources that are effective regardless of the users SMS knowledge and fit into their busy schedules.  This is why we have put all of our resources in a simple, single location for you to get to: sms.agleader.com (or go to agleader.com and click Support). 

At the beginning of every month we offer free online webinars that you can sign-up to attend.  If you don’t have time to attend during our scheduled times, we have posted a pre-recorded version for you to watch at your convenience.  These serve as great precursors before attending one of our online or classroom trainings that we will be holding throughout the winter, which you can now sign-up for.

Under the SMS Resources page, we have links to other resources such as:

  • Documentation – i.e. getting started guides and manuals
  • YouTube tutorials – videos that describe individual tasks like reading in files and exporting field and product names, prescriptions and crop plans, guidance, and variety tracking information
  • Discussion Forum - a dedicated discussion board for SMS products where you can ask questions and get answers from Ag Leader and other SMS users
  • Spatial Data Links – links to assist you in finding other data to import into SMS or used for other purposes in your operation

Want more resources?  Let us know what you’d like to see by leaving a comment below.

Isaac Bowers

Isaac Bowers is Ag Leader’s Software Support and Training Supervisor. In this role, he supervises the department that supports and trains users on SMS Desktop and SMS Mobile software programs. Isaac is originally from Iowa and received a degree in Ag Systems Technology from Iowa State University. He enjoys helping out on the family farm, running and fishing.

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