Fresno, California – Safety in the food and farming industries is of paramount importance. As an AgSafe member, Datatech’s continuing effort is to support these industries and our clients with agribusiness software solutions in payroll and human resources. With this in mind, Datatech is attending the AgSafe ‘Activate18’ conference in Monterey, California February 27 to March 1 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel.
‘Activate18’ is AgSafe’s largest confab of the year and will continue in it’s efforts to raise the bar in worker safety and health, human resources, pesticide safety, leadership development and food safety education.
Datatech supports growers and farm labor contractors across 26 states in America. The Labor Contractor’s Office with Human Resources management is a leading software solution for farm labor contractors to help organize and manage employee data, health insurance reporting, safety training and worker’s compensation reporting and other HR demands such as employee claims and litigation reporting. The reporting features of Datatech software help’s labor contractors prepare powerful grower crop reports with the necessary data that makes their agribusiness life easier. Datatech can show you how integration of our software solutions in your agribusiness will improve efficiency, save time in reporting and compliance issues and centralize your data for faster management decisions to improve profitability.
AgSafe leaders are expecting nearly 1000 attendees in Monterey who will enjoy a wide array of critical topics from the fundamentals of health and safety to new trends in drone technology and cannabis legalization. The conference sessions will be in both English and Spanish.
If you’re attending the ‘Activate18’ forum in Monterey, stop by the Datatech table in the Mark Thomas Foyer and meet our software experts Paul Bondi and Jason Titterington. We’re here to help you in your agribusiness office with amazing software solutions from accounting, payroll and human resources to shipper produce inventory and sales solutions and traceability.