Read about FarmQA founder, Howard Dahl at The Tech Tribune
FarmQA is proud to be recognized by The Tech Tribune as one of 2021’s Best Tech Startups in Fargo. Each year, The Tech Tribune’s staff compiles The Best Tech Startups series for every major city and state in the US. Its mission is to “recognize and honor the most exemplary young companies all across the country, companies that too often do not get a well-deserved turn in the spotlight.”
Several considerations factor into the selection process including:
- Revenue potential
- Leadership team
- Brand/product traction
- Competitive landscape
In addition, “all companies must be independent (unacquired), privately owned, at most 10 years old, and have received at least one round of funding in order to qualify.”
FarmQA was founded by Howard Dahl in December 2015. Read more about Dahl in The Tech Tribune’s “Profile of A Founder” series. What started as a “scouting app” has evolved into a more robust set of digital tools for agronomists and crop consultants. Our team at FarmQA has enjoyed working with customers like Hazen Palmer (Simplot), Dale Wells (Cotton Services), Ramon Ortiz (D&M Chem Inc.), and many others to continue to add functionality to our products based on their suggestions and feedback. In fact, that’s one of the best parts of working in a startup organization — decision-making is fast and very customer-centric.
We’re a close-knit team here and we’re all committed to delivering the best products we can to our customers. But we did have to take a little time to celebrate this recognition with you.
Thanks to The Tech Tribune for this recognition, to our founder and to the original team for its vision and tenacity. And mostly, and thanks to all of you — our customers.