Crop software specialists to allow data transfer

Crop management software specialists Farmade and Muddy Boots have agreed to formalise a method of data transfer between their respective systems.

The interface between the GateKeeper and CropWalker systems will allow “intelligent two-way data synchronisation” of key records and should significantly cut record-keeping time spent manually transferring data between the two systems.

“The two pieces of software working in conjunction with one another will ensure accuracy across an entire organisation and will significantly reduce the amount of time spent inputting data – not to mention considerably reducing the risk of expensive error,” said Peter Henley of Farmade Management Systems.

The work is planned to be completed by the end of September 2010.

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