Artemis Exhibits at Produce Marketing Association 2019 Fresh Summit

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Company announces extension of its Global Ag Report survey ahead of global produce and floriculture summit

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We’ve had a lot of interest and participation in our Global Ag Report survey over the first month and decided to align the deadline with PMA Fresh Summit, an event that attracts enterprise specialty crop farmers from around the world.

Artemis, the leading enterprise Cultivation Management Platform (CMP), today announced it will exhibit (booth 2576) at this year’s Produce Marketing Association (PMA) Fresh Summit taking place at the Anaheim Convention Center October 17-19, 2019.

Ahead of this major industry event, Artemis has also extended the deadline to participate in its Global Ag Report Survey due to increased interest. Enterprise specialty crop farmers in the fruits, vegetable, cannabis, hemp, and floriculture industries can now participate through October 19, closing day of PMA Fresh Summit.

Every survey participant has the chance to win a free risk assessment from Artemis’ Regulatory Compliance Specialist. Artemis has also increased this opportunity from 5 to 10 participants who will be awarded after the survey closes on October 19, 2019.

“We’ve had a lot of interest and participation in our Global Ag Report survey over the first month and decided to align the deadline with PMA Fresh Summit, an event that attracts enterprise specialty crop farmers from around the world,” said Allison Kopf, CEO of Artemis.

To participate in the survey, click here. To learn more about why some of the largest farming companies in the world are optimizing their facilities for profitability and reducing risk with Artemis, click here

About Artemis
Founded in 2015, Artemis provides a world-class Cultivation Management Platform that enables owners and managers of enterprise horticulture facilities to drive efficiency, profits, and growth while ensuring security and regulatory compliance. With Artemis, users can manage workflow and daily tasks, register crop batches, trace food safety issues, manage workers, and leverage data insights to increase workforce efficiency and crop productivity. The platform integrates easily with other software for climate control, shipping/logistics, accounting, ERP/MRP, CRM, and Point of Sale Commerce. The company is headquartered in Brooklyn, NY. For more information visit http://www.artemisag.com.

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