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Apply Digital Partners with Ag Growth International (AGI).

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Apply Digital is excited to announce that it has been named the official digital product & services partner of record for Ag Growth International (AGI).

AGI is a global leader in the planning, engineering and manufacturing of full solutions and systems across 5 platforms: Grain, Fertilizer, Food, Feed and Seed. They partner with customers on 6 continents to leverage the AGI advantage and engineer unique market specific systems. These systems are delivered for farm and commercial applications and include Storage, Handling, Structural, Processing, and Controls all based on, and brought together, with Engineering and Project Management.

Apply Digital is pleased to play a role in supporting AGI in their vision to build the world’s food infrastructure.

“We love partnerships where we can have a direct and meaningful impact not only on our client’s business but on their industry as a whole,” says Andrew Kirby, General Manager, East Region at Apply Digital. “We’re thrilled to partner with AGI to develop a broader ecosystem of digital products designed to improve farm operations for their customers.”

“AGI is constantly seeking ways to help farmers optimize their operations to run a more efficient and profitable farm,” says David Postill, Vice-President, Marketing, AGI. “We partnered with Apply Digital given their proven track record in designing engaging digital products that evolve to meet user’s needs over time, and ultimately drive real value for our customers.”

AGI will work with Apply Digital to add a number of products and tools for its customers. The first product, AGI Grow, is currently in beta and goes live to the public this fall. AGI Grow is the industry’s only free farm-management digital application to help farmers improve the overall operations and administration of their farms and crops. Users interested in learning more about AGI can visit


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