Laying the foundations to enter the US market, a new agriculture software company in
Agworld said it was its maiden serious entry into the industry.
The agriculture firm, which staffs 30 software engineers at its Leederville offices, makes web and mobile management software for farmers and agronomists.
Fitch is said to have about half of WA's 5000 grain cultivators on its books.
Fitch said building the technology required was costly and the investment provided the "horsepower" the Agworld needed.
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