Modeling and training company will distribute feed software to Americas
The software will use the cloud to share data in real time.
Agricultural Modeling and Training Systems (AMTS) will distribute Belgium-based Adifo's Bestmix line of products to North, Central and South America. These products include least-cost feed formulation software, lab information management software and a cloud-based Formulation as a Service tool.
AMTS combines research from the Cornell University Department of Animal Science and the market need for tools, training and support to offer nutritional and management for the farming community.
AMTS and Adifo will join to integrate the Cornell model into the cloud-based Formulation as a Service ration balancing tool. This tool allows nutritionists, consultants and all industry partners to communicate and share data in real time via the cloud.
Tom Tylutki, president and CEO at AMTS said, "It is our mission to provide and promote integrated solutions that enhance the economic and environmental sustainability of animal agriculture and allied industries. We have known the Bestmix products for quite some time now and we are convinced that these tools bring great value to feed producing companies."
"In line with our strategy to market Bestmix throughout the world, we believe that AMTS will be a valuable partner in distributing and servicing our products in the Americas. This is a major step in the way we approach the Formulation market. AMTS has not only become a distributor, but also a value-added reseller and data service provider. Adifo has opened its formulation platform up to AMTS, allowing them to customize and build value added data services directly into the formulation as a service product line. This is the first step in Adifo's strategy towards building an ecosystem of partners," said Peter Tsjoen, sales director at Adifo.