Here are some examples of how our customers are using QuickTrials to streamline their operations.
Bejo Mexico conducts many vegetable trials each year. QuickTrials has helped to double the number of traits collected while greatly reducing the time and effort required to obtain the data.
“We can now analyse data in ways that was not possible before”
Adrián Carvajal Alvízar
The Syngenta Foundation conducts trials of 20 different crops across 9 countries using QuickTrials to streamline its operations.
“QuickTrials allows us to follow a target-driven approach that makes experimentation a lot more efficient.”
Ye Pyae Kyaw
Crop Nutrition Laboratory Services Ltd (Cropnuts) is Africa’s leading independent laboratory for agricultural and environmental testing.
“Managing trials became a lot easier and less stressful, thanks to QuickTrials.”
AgCall provides product, fertiliser and variety trials for over 40 crops across the USA and Canada
“I’m impressed by the flexibility provided by QuickTrials. It allows us to capture data beyond field trials, for things like site assessments, product inquires and audits”
The Soybean Innovation Lab (SIL) plans to use QuickTrials across 28 countries with 53 organisations.
“Electronic data collection using QuickTrials is the next wave for the SIL network. QuickTrialsspeeds up data collection, improves data quality, and offers real-time communication among SIL network”
Dr. Erica Leles
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