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Introduced to the Australian horticulture and viticulture markets in 2013, TracMap has been proven to integrate seamlessly into existing operations and deliver efficiency gains beyond expectations. 

"QUITE SIMPLY AMAZING" - JTC Viticulture

"TRACEABILITY FROM FIELD TO FACTORY" - Kagome

"PROCESS IS MORE STREAMLINED" - Villa Maria

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Originally developed for the New Zealand agricultural market (see history), TracMap is now used by over 65% of New Zealand’s farmers and contractors for ground applications; by over a dozen New Zealand and Australian Vineyards; and by Australia's largest tomato processing company Kagome.

Why are we so widely accepted? Because our technology is proven not just to make the business of spreading and spraying more efficient, but to make it easier too.

Our systems are designed with the intelligence to be responsive to all level of user – from someone who has made a policy of using the computer as little as possible, to un-trained operators in the field, to our most sophisticated commercial clients and national contracting enterprises who use TracMap to drive maximum efficiencies in their businesses.

TracMap has been proven to increase the efficiency of ground application by 20%. Put simply, you get 20% more coverage from the same amount of product - or what used to do seven paddocks, will now do nine.

Today however efficiency gains through accuracy are a given – we wouldn’t be where we are without exceptional accuracy. No, what sets us apart is the sophistication of our online job tasking, ordering and reporting functionality. 

For growers, in an increasingly regulated and competitive industry providing accurate proof of placement records is mandatory. Whilst for contractors seamless flow of information from head office, to vehicle and back to invoicing saves huge amounts of time. 

At TracMap we understand that having easy access to paddock by paddock or row by row data from which to analyse and refine product type and quantity, is quite simply just good common business sense.