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Cultura, Located in Alpharetta, to Assume Key Roles at Conference

ALPHARETTA, GA (April 30, 2018) – Tech Alpharetta, host of the upcoming AgTech Conference of the South, announces that Cultura Technologies, an industry leader in agribusiness technology solutions, has become a major sponsor of the Conference. Taking place July 23 through July 25, 2018 at the Alpharetta Conference Center, the inaugural Conference is dedicated to the innovation, entrepreneurship and investment that is shaping the future of agriculture.

The AgTech Conference of the South offers the opportunity to engage innovators and disruptors in agriculture from across the region, and beyond. As part of its Growth Partner sponsorship of the Conference, Cultura is the premiere sponsor of the Conference’s opening cocktail reception on Monday, July 23. Cultura is also hosting the Innovation Lounge, where attendees can meet and collaborate. Additionally, the company’s Lead Technical Architect, Stephen Berry, will participate in an innovation breakout session on Digital Transformation, taking place Tuesday, July 24 at 4:15 p.m.

“Cultura is a company that thrives on developing innovative solutions to help to positively transform the agriculture industry,“ says Rich Reynertson, Managing Director of Cultura. “The South is an important region for our business, and the AgTech Conference of the South provides us with an ideal opportunity to showcase our companies and their products right here in our hometown of Alpharetta. With this being the inaugural year for the Conference, we’re eager to help set the precedent for future successful conferences, and to help garner well-deserved attention to the incredible innovation that is taking place in our community and this region as a whole.”

The three-day Conference will feature key AgTech business leaders, entrepreneurs and investors who are creating value, variety and predictability in the world’s food and fiber supply. With an emphasis on the farm-to-fork value chain, panel discussions and break-out sessions will cover a variety of topics, including Big Data in Ag, Ag Supply Chain and Logistics, Innovation, Biotech and Plant Genetics.

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About Cultura Technologies

Cultura Technologies provides software solutions to leading agri-businesses throughout North America, the UK, and Europe, in the grains, agronomy, feed milling, produce, and animal protein industries. Cultura is owned by Constellation Software, Inc. (CSI), headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. CSI is an international provider of market-leading software and services for the public and private sectors. The company acquires, manages, and builds vertical market businesses that supply software solutions to over 40 highly specialized industries.

About AgTech Conference of the South

The AgTech Conference of the South, Georgia’s first event dedicated to the innovation, entrepreneurship and investment that is shaping the future of agriculture, will be held in Alpharetta, Georgia – the region’s epicenter of technology-fueled entrepreneurship and investment. The Conference is taking place July 23 – 25, 2018 at the new Alpharetta Conference Center. Led by Tech Alpharetta, with the support of the City of Alpharetta, the Conference exemplifies Alpharetta’s ongoing commitment to building a strong, vibrant and resilient economy throughout the region.

About Tech Alpharetta

Tech Alpharetta (previously the Alpharetta Technology Commission), the first organization of its kind in Georgia, was established in 2012 by the City of Alpharetta and is an independent, 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization today. The organization’s mission is to help to grow technology and innovation in the City of Alpharetta. Tech Alpharetta includes a strategic advisory board of Alpharetta’s leading technology companies, a technology events pillar, and the Tech Alpharetta Innovation Center, a flourishing incubator that is home to more than forty-five local tech startups.