WayBeyond Creates Five Global Partnerships

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the launch of the business on 1 February, New Zealand
company WayBeyond is announcing the first five global
partnerships as part of a push to create AgTech
collaborations and accelerate new offerings to

“These five partners are just the
beginning. We have another 30 we are in discussions with,
allowing us to have a presence in every corner of the
planet,” says Head of Global Channels Lotte

“We are delighted with the positive reception
we’ve had in relation to our offerings and how we will be
able to present partners with leading edge innovations they
can then roll out to their customers.”

five partners all cover a variety of global regions and

  • Cultivatd (headquartered in
  • Novefa (headquartered in
  • Better Grow Hydro (headquartered in
  • UpGrown Farming (headquartered in
  • Autogrow (headquartered in

Another two partners to be confirmed in the
next few weeks.

“The expertise at WayBeyond is
second to none and they have developed tools that can help
any indoor farmer track and manage their critical data in an
effective way,” says Eric Bergeron, co-founder of Cultivatd,
an indoor farm technology broker.

One of the first
WayBeyond products the partners will be introducing to their
customer base is the Folium
Network Sensor
. The solution comes with a dedicated
wrap-around partner program including a comprehensive sales
toolbox and rewarding incentives.

Lionel Wong,
Managing Director for Upgrown Farming notes the technology
will play a pivotal role in emerging yet challenging markets
in Singapore and Asia.

“Regardless of one’s level of
farming experience, Folium accelerates the learning curve
and empowers decision making in what is a dynamic
environment and market,” says Mr. Wong.

partnerships are part of push by WayBeyond to increase the
level and connectivity of cloud-based solutions in market
and comes after the successful launch of farm management
platform FarmRoad
and its subsequent products Data
, Yield
and Crop

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