MEMPHIS, Tenn., October 3, 2017 – The Seam, a leading provider of agribusiness software and trading solutions, today announced the launch of new business intelligence tools to provide peanut farmers and handlers with actionable data for changing or improving practices both on and off the farm.
This week, the Tennessee Department of Agriculture announced the Agriculture Enterprise Fund (AEF), a new agribusiness development grant that will provide assistance to new and expanding Tennessee agriculture and food businesses.
MEMPHIS, Tenn., August 2, 2017 (Newswire.com) – The Seam, a leading provider of agribusiness software and trading solutions, today announced the appointment of Tammy Sullivan, Executive Assistant; Mike Vandenbergh, Director of Emerging Technologies; and Rex Vandiver, Customer Development. Sullivan and Vandenbergh report to Mark Pryor, Chairman, and CEO. Vandiver reports to Steve Mitchell, Director PMO and Operations.
Greater Memphis Chamber president Phil Trenary and various cotton, peanut and other commodity industry leaders were present as The Seam celebrated its expanded agritech operations this past April. The expansion came after an announcement in January that it was working to form a blockchain-based ecosystem for global trading and field-to-fabric supply chain innovations.
The Seam Chairman and CEO Mark Pryor was interviewed for a May 11, 2017, story on Venture Nashville, the full text of which is available via this link. Below are a few portions of the Chairman’s comments in that story, summarized by The Seam.
MEMPHIS, Tenn., May 10, 2017 – The Seam, a leading provider of agribusiness software and trading solutions, today announced a new multi-year agreement with a major peanut shelling organization for its growing commodity management platform.
At DeveloperWeek, an IBM executive explains how blockchain efforts like the Hyperledger Project are going to change the way financial services and agritech companies do business.
U.S. commodities trading and agri-business software provider The Seam, which has cleared or processed over $7 billion through its cloud-based platforms, is forming a blockchain consortium in conjunction with IBM for the billion dollar global cotton industry deployed on the Hyperledger Fabric, with the project kicking off early this year and poised to yield significant efficiencies.