Strider develops technological innovations for the agricultural market. The company was born in 2013 with the mission of making agricultural management more efficient and assertive. That’s why the first pest monitoring and control was created, with the use of Information Technology (IT).
We are proud to announce the signing of the contract for the acquisition of Strider by Syngenta (still subject to regulatory approval).
Under the umbrella of Syngenta, Strider starts on a new cycle of growth. The opportunity to explore the synergies will help Strider to better serve its customers and broaden its base of operations.
We reiterate our commitment to continue to serve all our customers. Strider follows on as a standalone business, keeping its executive team and the vision of transforming agriculture using the well regarded IT and that has brought us here.
We are excited about all the possibilities that open up with the union of these companies and with all we believe we can do together.
Today, the company follows the day-to-day of hundreds of crops in the whole world - more than 600 rural properties, in Brazil and United States, providing technological solutions which focus on the needs of producers and their teams.
Strider has been consolidated in the AgTech business as a platform for the operational control over rural properties and today is already a leader in agricultural technology. From the monitoring of machinery and pest control to satellite imaging of the crops, the technologies help the producer to save costs, increase productivity and better manage processes and people.
It is necessary to invest in innovation and this can only be done through technology. Adopting the Strider technology is the right step to start a process of agricultural modernization and grow.
Strider is founded
Strider Crop Protection Beta Version
Strider Crop Protection, Version 2
200,000 acres monitored
First customer in the United States
500,000 acres monitored
800,000 acres monitored
1 million acres monitored
First customer in Australia
1.2 million acres monitored