Data Management and Analysis Software for the Professional Agronomist Precision from Initial Data Import to Final Analysis SGIS imports data from many different source types, such as yield maps or soil samples, and guides the user through correction and customization of the information. The system then helps professionals generate application plans, written for specific implement controllers, which maximize yields and minimize appropriate resource use. With SGIS, for example, crop inputs such as nutrients are applied only to those areas of the field that need them and at the exact rate required for improving a particular crop yield and quality. Data Import SGIS software accepts data types and formats from a wide range of implement manufacturers. SGIS templates and program wizards let you quickly import soil test data and spatial or relational information. And for accuracy, SGIS applies data range filters as well as an automatic unit conversion capability. The SGIS system imports and manages grower information, by farm and field name, in a single database. Users can easily assign crops to fields for current and future record-keeping, and define individual map views. Additional features such as area measurement, map layering and management zones support the assignment of specific yield goals. Data Correction The SGIS harvest data processing option incorporates yield information into the decision-making process. A simple import wizard converts various data formats from combine monitoring systems. And other advanced features guide adjustments based on variables such as crop mass, moisture content and GPS delays. All of these features contribute toward more accurate yield maps. Agronomic Customization A recommendation builder module lets you write rules tailored to your local requirements. Based on standards that you customize, these formulas or equations guide the development of application plans. This feature sets SGIS apart in that it lets agronomists input their knowledge of local conditions and preferred crop husbandry practices. Application Plan Generation Based on existing data and recommendations, SGIS creates flatrate or variable-rate application plans for either single or multiple products.