AgTrax named 2021 Hutchinson/Reno County Chamber's Agri-Business of the Year

Alice Mannette
The Hutchinson News
AgTrax, a global agribusiness software solutions company, has been chosen as the Agri-Business of the Year by the Hutchinson/Reno County Chamber of Commerce. AgTrax recently moved the company into Suite A at 10 S. Main St.

A Hutchinson-based global software company is the Hutchinson/Reno County Chamber of Commerce Ag Business of the Year. The Chamber recognized the company on Nov. 17.

AgTrax, founded in 1996, designs grain accounting systems, offering comprehensive, integrated software programs and complete systems designed specifically for grain elevators, fertilizer companies, cooperatives, ethanol production facilities, feed stores, agronomy service providers, petroleum providers and other types of businesses in agriculture.

From general ledger to mobile apps, AgTrax helps agricultural businesses nationwide with fully-integrated, advanced accounting software. 

AgTrax’s Elevate advanced bin management software provides real-time bin inventory management of commodity volumes and average grading factors. This software allows both farmers and elevator managers the ability to maximize the quality of grain inside each bin.

In 2014, AgTrax leaders began creating partnerships with "ag-centric" software innovation organizations. The company, run by Gayle Lewis, its president, continues to introduce new products.

Wanting to be part of the heartbeat of the community, in May 2021, the company moved to its new second-story office on Main Street in Hutchinson. By being a part of downtown, the more than 40 workers can walk to local businesses to eat and shop.

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"Successful businesses are built on relationships,” said Michael Hinton, AgTrax Director of Sales & Marketing. “Creating solid, long-lasting relationships with new and existing customers is, and always has been, our recipe for growth, With this, we also have a genuine responsibility to our agribusiness customers, to provide cutting-edge software solutions and unmatched service and support. Our people (employees & strategic partners alike) remain our greatest asset.”

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Debra Teufel, President/CEO, Hutchinson/Reno County Chamber of Commerce, said AgTrax is the ‘game-changing leader’ in the agribusiness software market, stating they contribute to not only the local market but the global one as well.  

AgTrax employees Tyler Cottam, Inside Sales Representative, left, and Kelsey Martin, Marketing Coordinator, work Monday morning, Nov. 15, 2021, in the new headquarters at 10 S. Main St. in downtown Hutchinson.
AgTrax moved their headquarters to downtown Hutchinson on May 4, 2021, to the upper level in Suite A at 10 S. Main St.