Take Five with Angel Turner
By TKXS Author on September 16, 2020

Angel joined TKXS in August 2020 to lead our agronomic-focused data science initiatives, and plainly, agriculture is her passion. Earlier in her...

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Take Five With Kevin Falank
By TKXS Author on September 1, 2020

Kevin Falank (pronounced “fa – LANK”), who joined the Charlotte office as a contractor in 2014, is now a solution delivery manager.

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Navigating the "New Normal"
By Diana Henderson on August 27, 2020

Not too long ago, if you were to write my job description, one line would be nonnegotiable: Travel required.

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Tracking in-season crop protection sales in North America.
By TKXS Author on July 23, 2020

In these very uncertain times, the majority of U.S. ag retailers know one thing for certain: They don’t have to wait ‘til next season for market...

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Take Five With Mariebeth Marsh
By TKXS Author on July 16, 2020

Mariebeth (pronounced “Mary Beth”) Marsh joined TKXS’ Raleigh office in April 2020 as marketing programs director.

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The game-changing effects of data science on agribusiness.
By TKXS Author on June 4, 2020

The way TKXS’ Chief Data Officer, Preston Fay, sees it, humankind has never before in the history of the world had so much access to so much data.

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Celebrating agriculture today and every day.
By Diana Henderson on March 5, 2020

When I started in this business nearly 15 years ago, I didn’t have much in the way of ag experience. But after a few weeks and many conversations...

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New to marketing automation? Five first steps.
By TKXS Author on February 11, 2020

So you’ve got a new marketing automation system? Congrats! Not sure what to do next? You’re not alone.

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“Questioning” – the first phase of the data science process
By Kathryn Lynn on February 4, 2020

For a client, a data science project usually begins in one of two ways. One, the client says, “We have this business situation, and we need help...

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A better way to conduct ag field trials in 2020
By Ben Gist on January 28, 2020

As you wrapped up last season’s field trials programs, I’m betting you had the same thought as so many other field trials managers: There has got...

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