Accessing Your ADM Account Just Got Easier

New mobile app ADM FarmView puts markets, local bids, and transaction records all in one place.

Just in time for harvest, ADM is pleased to introduce ADM FarmView, a free mobile app and website that make it a lot easier to see local bids and information and track the grain business you do with ADM.

With ADM FarmView on your smart phone, tablet or computer, you can watch the markets, see local bids, and contact your ADM rep right from the app. Track your contracts and delivery dates. Then, after each load, see scale tickets and grade details within 30 minutes. In short, ADM FarmView makes it easier to do business with ADM.

“We are pleased that we now have a mobile-friendly platform to help customers quickly access their accounts,” says Doug Roose, Director of Marketing at ADM. “Using ADM FarmView, it’s going to be efficient for a farmer to see what he needs to see while he’s working.”

Starting now, though, you can download the app from ADMFarmView.com, the App Store, or Google Play. If you’re an ADM customer with previous access to e-ADM, you can log in using your same credentials and your data will already be populated into ADM FarmView. If not, just use the app to request an account or explore your local cash bids and ADM location. There is no obligation to open an account.

“We built the technology specifically for mobile devices,” says Roose, who worked with ag-tech leader GrainBridge to develop the software. “It has simple, user-friendly navigation very much like a banking app. No learning curve.”

Here’s a closer look at the information ADM FarmView puts at your fingertips:

  • Get 24/7 account access from your smartphone, tablet or computer.
  • See current local cash bids at your preferred ADM locations, rather than having to look them up on separate websites.
  • Check market information with historical charts and commentary.
  • Confirm records of deliveries, contracts, payments, and storage.

ADM aims to update your account on ADM FarmView within 30 minutes of your transactions or less—a turnaround that can make a big difference during harvest, when you’re multi-tasking.

“If a farmer is operating a combine and has drivers delivering grain, being able to see the bushels were unloaded at the right location under the right account is important,” Roose says. “He or she may also want to know, ‘What’s the moisture running on this? Can I keep combining or do I need to switch fields?’ Seeing that in a timely manner can be crucial.”

Down the road several months, ADM FarmView will be even more practical. If you use GrainBridge farm software for financial risk management, ADM FarmView data will automatically flow into your GrainBridge account. You’ll know every day how your grain-marketing decisions are panning out for your bottom-line—without separate, manual entries.

“Technology is great, but technology is fantastic when it provides seamless interconnectivity to other applications that add value. Otherwise, it’s just data.” says Roose. “Intelligence that is actionable because it allows you to see how it impacts your business and make better decisions is what many people are looking for—but may not have the time to do separately or manually.”

Go to ADMfarmview.com on your computer or download the app onto your mobile device from the App Store or Google Play.


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