Authentic Arkansas

We were a proud sponsor at this year’s Southern Association of State Departments of Agriculture (SASDA) Conference held in Little Rock, AR. The weather provided some challenges, but nothing could hinder the spirits of the “Authentic Arkansas” Agenda. Agriculture leaders from the Southeast and even as far away as Delaware came together to network, share ideas, visions, and even some concerns as we... Read More »

Licensing & Permitting for State Agriculture and Building & Construction

One of the fastest-growing plants and one of the first to be spun into usable fiber 50,000 years ago, hemp was a prominent crop in the United Stated until 1937. The 2014 Agricultural Act, also known as the 2014 Farm Bill, allows universities and state agriculture departments to cultivate industrial hemp, as long as it is cultivated and used for research. These universities and state departments... Read More »

North Carolina Department of Agriculture Revamps Pesticides Mobile Form Solution

The North Carolina Department of Agriculture (NCDA) has been a long time customer, deploying a mobile forms-based solution for pesticides inspections more than ten years ago. That solution designed for pen-centric Windows-based Tablet PCs has helped to keep the citizens of North Carolina safe. The thousands of data points captured in the field and approved in the office ensured that pesticides... Read More »

The New Mi-Analytics Data Module Brings Serious Momentum

As we announced last month, Version 12 of the Mobile Impact Platform introduced a new module designed to make database population from mobile forms automatic and easy to setup. Read More »

Growing Safety, Data Quality, and Compliance Reporting of Agriculture by “Going Mobile”

On December 21, USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue stated, “There may be a lapse in funding for the federal government, but that will not relieve USDA of its responsibilities for safeguarding life and property through the critical services we provide. Our employees work hard every day to benefit our customers and the farmers, ranchers, foresters, and producers who depend on our programs” (USDA). Read More »

It’s Got to be NC and It’s Got to be Digital

If you live in North Carolina, you’ve undoubtedly seen the “Got to be NC Agriculture” advertising campaign over the last few years. If you’re not a resident, check it out and plan your next visit to our great state. But either way, one thing you probably don’t know is the North Carolina Department Read More »

Why Flexibility in Scripting Can Future-Proof Your Mobile Data Capture Solution

North Carolina’s General Statue Article 3 Chapter 19 defines the Animal Welfare Act of 2005. The act lays out the requirements, responsibilities, and procedures for boarding kennels, shelters, and pet shops. It also provides important guidance on the way these establishments must be inspected. When the North Carolina Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services (NCDA Read More »

Nebraska’s Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health, eCVI Digital Transformation Shown at NVMA Annual Conference

On Friday, January 26, the Nebraska Veterinary Medical Association (NVMA) held their annual conference. As part of the exciting conference agenda, Mr. Ross Baker C.L.S.S.Y.B, spoke about Animal Disease Traceability (ADT). Read More »

International Livestock Identification Association

I had the pleasure of attending the International Livestock Identification Association (ILIA) conference last week hosted in Boise, ID. The event was one of the best conferences I attended in decades and the folks who facilitated it brought a long list of A+ rated industry expert speakers, and also did an excellent job of fundraising Read More »