New Developer Applies User-Friendly Approach
When Medius Ag was founded in 2016 by Brad Halladay, it was solely devoted to the modernization of potato variety trial data that was being created at locations across the country. Six years later, the company continues to hold fast to its mission of making agricultural data more useful to those who need it most. But now instead of only potatoes, Medius Ag has expanded to corn, soybeans, wheat, cotton, peanuts, sorghum, oats, barley, triticale, ryegrass, several forage crops, and even weather data. As the company has grown, so too has its need for top-notch software engineers who share the Medius commitment to the advancement and improvement of the agricultural industry through accurate, accessible, and actionable data.
Medius Ag is pleased to share that Alex Sumoski has joined the team as a software developer. He is a lifelong resident of central Pennsylvania and graduated from Millersville University of Pennsylvania with a degree in Business Administration.
Alex adopts a user-centric approach to his work and is passionate about making technology more enjoyable and easier for people to navigate. Fittingly, his principal responsibilities at Medius will be user interface design in .Wx, the new Weather Exchange platform launched last month, and in the Supply Chain Management (SCM) tool. The SCM is slated for a rebuild with the goal to improve the user experience.
To learn more about any of Medius Ag’s data solutions, including Medius.Re for variety trial data management and analytics, Medius.Wx for weather analysis, or the SCM to help keep track of your business logistics, please email us at email@example.com. If you enjoy our content and would like to stay up-to-date on our agricultural software solutions, please follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram!