BumperCrop has been named as a finalist in the Sprout and Amazon Web Services (AWS) Challenge. The competition seeks companies to solve some of the biggest challenges facing the horticulture industry by using the latest technology. Companies pitched in person and virtually, to a room of companies and judges for the opportunity to accelerate their ideas.
Founder and CEO of BumperCrop, Adam Forbes
BumperCrop’s greenhouse platform helps to tackle labor issues and improve decision making resulting in greater efficiency. "Our business model sets them apart by focusing on affordability, customer service, and very easy-to-use products that can be customized according to operations' differing needs. This has been made possible with the use of the latest cloud technologies and technology frameworks. As a result of this approach, we have established a worldwide customer base of medium and large-sized greenhouse operations some of whom have been using their products for over 2 years," BumperCrop founder Adam Forbes explains.
Above: Staff pick amount per hour data automatically created by the BumperCrop platform.
“Other providers tend to try to lock-in their customers with high upfront costs, challenging setup and training requirements, and by making it difficult to incorporate outside products into their systems. BumperCrop has changed this by minimizing solution lock-in, making it easy to integrate with existing equipment, and providing high-quality ongoing support,” according to Adam Forbes.