Growers must deal with a number of factors beyond their control, including crop prices, the weather, increasing government regulations, and decreasing labor availability. To survive and thrive, growers must manage the elements they can control, such as deciding which crops to grow, which labor retention programs make sense, at what price a crop should not be harvested, when cash will be available to pay vendors, which equipment to buy or lease, and whether leasing or buying equipment is better. The key to managing these elements is having accurate and timely information in a form that is easy to understand.
We give our clients the flexibility of using us from a couple of days per month to full-time, meeting their requirements with the minimum of investment and without a long-term commitment.
Although each business faces different challenges, our partners have dealt with most of them during their 30-plus years of experience. We customize our services to deal with the unique challenges of each of our clients. Depending upon their most pressing requirements, our clients might have us focus at any given time on one or more of many areas, including: