Join more than 40 customers and agri-food projects across three countries
How we help
We solve productivity, sustainability, and profitability challenges in food production.
We apply mathematical models and predictive analytics to data-driven problems across dairy, sheep, beef, deer, horticulture and arable farming systems.
We help our customers with architecture, design, and solution adoption questions, and complement their own IT capability.
We bring co-creation and design thinking approaches, data architecture, and web, API, and mobile development capabilities.
How we deliver value
Start-ups, companies, NGOs, government and academic organisations engage us to create digital solutions and services that meet their stakeholders’ needs.
We understand the business imperatives in agriculture. We listen carefully, and speak your language. And we work across the supply chain, connecting the science of farming to the needs of advisors, suppliers, processors, and retailers.
We deliver fit for purpose solutions, by working closely with you to understand your needs, applying careful thought and experience, and delivering a blend of custom and pre-built components and models.
Our customers say…
Rezare are an incredibly ethical organisation to deal with and Rezare have a great track record with us.
Andrew Cooke and his team at Rezare are really the unsung champions for what is going on in the agri-tech sector, they are behind a lot of the successful systems out there today.
The farm staff who use the system regularly find it easy to use, and those who only use it occasionally quickly pick up where they left off with it.
We’re talking about…
- Animal data standard broadens scopeVersion 1.2 of the Animal Data Exchange specification has been released by ICAR, the International Committee for Animal Recording. The […]
- Agritech developers collaborate on map data interoperabilityThere is no shortage of developers creating software, tools, and technologies for agriculture. Almost the opposite in fact. Farmers tell […]
- Why we value “Agility” (and what does it mean?)A while back I wrote some notes on Agility for our team, and I’ve been encouraged to share these more […]