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Ag Tech Sunday - AgriChain make key appointment

  • By: "Prime" Ag News
  • Mar 29, 2020

Following the successful round of funding in early 2020, ​supply chain software company Agrichain, is excited to announce the expansion of their team with the inclusion of Isabel Davidson to their network. ​Isabel, a farmer from the ​Western Darling Downs region of Glenmorgan, ​is set to ​continue her ​agricultural career ​as a Business Development Officer for AgriChain.

She brings with her practical farming experience as well as extensive experience within the agricultural corporate sector.
“After graduating from UNE in Armidale with a degree in Agriculture/Business, followed by four years working for GrainCorp in its head office in Sydney as a logistics coordinator for northern NSW and southern QLD, I could not resist the opportunity to work for AgriChain - the leading agricultural supply chain software company in Australia,” Isabel said.

Joining the fast growing AgriChain team is an exciting and promising step up for the 28-year-old who grew up in southern NSW on a mixed farming property.

“Agriculture is an industry that is always changing, evolving and advancing, and AgriChain is a prime example of a company that is capitalising on its dynamic future.”

AgriChain is revolutionising the way in which farmers and grain suppliers are managing their supply chains by offering one simple platform, which ensures all data passes smoothly through each user.

“Our software delivers accuracy in storage volumes with live data always at your fingertips, using the one system to create, order, execute and invoice to increase product transparency and a simplistic platform to connect sellers and buyers,” Isabel said.
“It's new technology like this that makes me excited for the direction in which my own skill set will take me.”

Isabel moved to her partner’s property at Glenmorgan 12 months ago. This is providing her with the ability to combine her work in the agricultural technology sector with the practicalities of farming.

It’s this ability to work in two complementary roles, which Isabel says reinforces her love for agriculture.
“I have a close affinity with agriculture and love working in the industry because it is so relatable to my everyday life living and working remotely on a farm,” Isabel said.

“I’m constantly learning new aspects about farming, and the firsthand experience I’m gaining of the agriculture supply chain systems is invaluable, allowing me to apply this knowledge in my role at AgriChain as we continue to build on the success of its platform.”

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