Razor Tracking, a logistics and operations management software, has partnered with CropZilla, a cost-analysis software provider for farmers, to use the logistics data provided by Razor Tracking’s fleet and asset tracking capabilities alongside CropZilla.
With this integration, CropZilla will have the entire suite of Razor Tracking’s platform available to customers to provide real-time vehicle and asset data in addition to their crop and fertilizer digital farm models. Understanding the complexity of developing their own IoT services or devices, CropZilla sought out the best partnership integration available to maximize their farming costs-analysis platform, in stepped Razor Tracking.
“Razor Tracking’s focus of 2020 is to be able to provide logistics and telematics services to any industry-specific platform. We’re excited about the forecast of CropZilla’s future, and how our partnership integration will enable farmers to evaluate the ‘true cost’ of their operations and equipment – especially in these trying times during our Country’s economic rebound.”, Eric Mauch, President of Razor Tracking said in a news release.
“We at CropZilla are thrilled about the integration partnership with Razor Tracking. Now our customers can use an industry-leading, real-time platform and report from Razor Tracking along with the contextual cost and performance metrics provided by CropZilla.”, Brian Watkins, CEO of CropZilla said in a news release. “Farmers and other companies with dispersed logistics are quickly seeing the payback from these services, especially in current economic circumstances.”
Effective immediately, Razor Tracking’s platform will be available to CropZilla customers and devices are ready to purchase through either party. Clients will be able to see where their vehicles and assets are located in real-time, and collect imperative data about maintenance, vehicle run-time, history, and efficiency reporting. Farmers will now be able to monitor battery-connected equipment, like sprayers, and non-powered equipment like trailers, tanks, tool bars, etc. through Razor Tracking’s battery-powered devices installed on those assets.