A premier agribusiness solution that leverages the power of the Microsoft Dynamics GP financial platform.
CINCH is the premier agribusiness solution that leverages the power of the Microsoft Dynamics GP financial platform. CINCH is stacked with powerful functionality, specifically designed for delivering outstanding and reliable performance as it handles mission-critical transactions for millers, pulse processors, grain processors, grain elevators, agricultural retailers, cooperatives, and seed companies.
CINCH AgriSuite is a series of mix-and-match modules with the ability to be combined into key programs to deliver perfectly tailored, customizable solutions for specific grain- and seed-based agribusinesses.
The CINCH Grain module is one of the most comprehensive solutions, providing an agribusiness a variety of toolsets:
The CINCH Grain Processing module is the answer to the milling companies. Whether an agribusiness deals in milling or processing either flour or seed, the processing-oriented module aids in managing all aspects of the business from scale to finished product.
With the CINCH Sales module, they sought to give companies streamlined tools to better anticipate and meet their consumer’s needs. They incorporated every aspect of a customer-facing/counter sales experience, from payment processing and daily sales reports to account/invoice creation and product returns.
Managing any or all aspects of the seed lifecycle? They designed the CINCH Seed module as another full-featured, interactive solution, featuring:
Additionally, the CINCH Agronomy Series and CINCH Wholesale Fertilizer modules, much like CINCH Grain Processing, are designed to work in conjuncture with other programs as a niche feature for fertilizer blending and soil health/planning.
They were one of the first agtech companies on the market to create comprehensive software solutions for both general and niche ag industries, and remain committed to producing products designed to bolster each specific agribusiness they work with.
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