An app to help contractors and farmers manage their businesses more efficiently has won a gold innovation award in the digital category at Lamma.
Ag-drive, developed by farmer/contractor Will Dunn, is used by businesses of all sizes looking to replace paperwork with digital job records, timesheets, field mapping, health and safety checks, and with an integrated invoicing system.
Mr Dunn said: “Ag-drive makes every job accountable and traceable. Input and labour costs are increasing year on year, so having a quick and simple way to track and record jobs, and invoice regularly, means businesses can better manage their cash flow and even increase income through more efficient and accurate invoicing.
“We are delighted to have won gold in the Lamma Innovation Awards. Since we launched the Ag-drive app we have committed to continually improving the platform and have regularly introduced new and improved features thanks to customer feedback.
“In the past six months we improved job recording features for multiple operators, invoice approval on the app, and added more accounting package integrations. Ag-drive can now be used with Quickbooks, Sage, and Xero.
“We have a vast range of businesses using the app across the world, from farms of all sizes to large and small contractors, and non-farm businesses who find the app’s job recording and integrated invoicing features ideal for their needs.”
The app is available on both iPhone and Android smartphones and has been designed for simplicity. There is also a web version, primarily for invoicing and processing timesheets and job information.