Conservis Named One of the Top AgTech Companies Shaping the Future of Agriculture

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MINNEAPOLIS, MN – Conservis Corporation, a leading provider of Enterprise Ag Management Solutions, is pleased to announce that it was named one of the “THRIVE Top 50” by SVG Partners. Conservis was recognized in the Cloud Services/SAAS category.

The THRIVE Top 50 ranks the 50 leading AgTech companies around the globe, honoring companies exemplifying the best in agriculture-focused innovation across six different domains: biotechnology, connected devices, cloud services/SaaS, robotics and automation, big data & analytics, and supply chain & infrastructure. The list is a result of direction and input provided by SVG Partners corporate sponsors Verizon, the City of Salinas, Western Growers Association, Taylor Farms, Yamaha Motor Ventures and Laboratory Silicon Valley, Driscoll’s Berries, Panasonic, JV Smith, and Wells Fargo.

“It’s a great honor to be recognized as one of THRIVE Top 50,” said Michael Borman, Conservis’s Senior Vice President of Product and Marketing. “At Conservis we are on a mission to advance the business of agriculture. This ranking helps validate the progress we are making in turning business data to actionable insight for the agricultural sector.”

About Conservis

Based in Minneapolis, Conservis is the leading provider of Enterprise Ag Management Solutions. Dedicated to advancing the business of agriculture, the Company’s cloud-based software provides growers, managers and Ag investors comprehensive solutions to create operational plans, manage production activities and make better decisions. Reports are easily shared with partners, landowners, funders, insurance companies and regulatory agencies. Conservis Corp. was founded in 2009 and serves growers across the U.S., Argentina, and Australia. To learn more, please visit

About Thrive

THRIVE AgTech’s mission is to connect the expertise of tech companies to the on-the-ground knowledge of agricultural companies, the financial backing of investors, and the innovation of entrepreneurs. THRIVE is creating an ecosystem that brings these communities together to meet the global food demands of the future. The THRIVE programs targets two stages of startup companies: the very early stage to commercially ready. Seed stage startups accepted into the program go through an 8-week business accelerator that connects them top industry leader mentors and deployment opportunities with field test partners in the Salinas and Central Valleys. The THRIVE Open Innovation program works with corporate partners to help them identify and integrate available technologies that will make the biggest impact in their organization. Drawing on its extensive network, THRIVE AgTech is uniquely positioned to weave this ecosystem together to make sure that technologists, farmers, consumers, and corporates are connecting to drive a technologically-driven, sustainable agriculture future.