Jerrod Westfahl grew up on a diversified farm in Reno county Kansas. He was actively involved in 4-H and FFA. Throughout his childhood and into adulthood he has enjoyed working with and for agricultural businesses and customers of all kinds. Jerrod attended both Kansas State University and the University of Kansas before taking on his position with AgriSync.
Posts by Melissa Kelly:
"A central Iowa startup founded by an ex-Microsoft employee is looking to offer farmers a pragmatic way to ask for help while they are out in the field."
There’s something highly attractive about a fresh start, a clean slate, and an open door to successes and achievable dreams. When there’s passion, drive, motivation to solve a problem, and a group of like-minded folks; anything is possible.
"Keeping up with the newest technologies in agriculture is a constant challenge for farmers, and adequately supporting those farmers is a major struggle for vendors too. AgriSync has launched the first application designed specifically to address these challenges by allowing vendors and advisors in agriculture to work with their farmer customers more effectively. The result is better quality support at a lower cost."
"One company is seeking to combine the comfort of face-to-face interaction with the convenience of remote service. Iowa-based AgriSync recently launched a mobile app that allows retailers and farmers to visually communicate remotely in a real-time video support session."
"A new solution offers real-time, virtual support between precision specialists and farmers.
"The result of his leap of faith was AgriSync, a mobile customer service application offering farmers and their trusted advisors more fruitful and direct communication during peak agriculture production times via smartphone. The proliferation of technology into the agricultural market has brought the farmer the same challenges non-agricultural business people face occasionally misbehaving hardware and software..."
"NORTH BRANCH TWP. — Whether you’re looking at an agronomic problem in your field or a warning light in your combine’s cab, there are few things more frustrating than trying to describe your problem on the phone to a consultant in an attempt to fix it and fast..."
"Two Iowa entrepreneurs are finalists in a business competition that encourages new technologies to help rural America, the country’s largest farm group said this week..."
"Whether you’re looking at an agronomic problem in your field or a warning light in your combine’s cab, there are few things more frustrating than trying to describe your problem on the phone to a consultant in an attempt to fix it and fast. Unless, of course, it’s the crop adviser or precision ag dealer who is valiantly—and unsuccessfully—attempting to determine what in the world is happening on your farm right now..."