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Bushel receives Premier Technology Business Award

August 29, 2019 2:44 PM | Anonymous

Bismarck, N.D. – Bushel received the Technology Council of North Dakota’s (TechND) Premier Technology Business award during the 19th annual North Dakota Technology Awards Program on Aug.  14 in Fargo.

Bushel, formerly Myriad Mobile, was started in 2011 in the North Dakota State University Incubator in Fargo and has grown into an agriculture technology company focused on delivering software and technology platforms to the ag industry. It now has more than 130 employees. Bushel has quickly become a leader in software technology for the grain industry, benefiting more than 100 grain and agronomy companies in the U.S. and Canada and more than 14,000 farmers who use their products every month.

Bushel was named as one of the Inc 5000 Fastest Growing Companies in the U.S. three times. It has successfully raised more than $9 million in investments and is currently raising additional capital, to help accelerate Bushel as one of the nation’s leading ag-players in the industry. In the past two years, they have had two successful acquisitions, and revenue growth was more than 300 percent over the last three years. Bushel was also named Inc. magazine’s list of Best Places to Work in 2018.

“Bushel is one of leading technology businesses in the nation. It’s growth and impact on the industry and market are outstanding,” says Justin Forde, TechND’s president and senior director of government relations at Midco. “Bushel is very deserving of the Premier Technology Business Award.”

Founded in 2000 by North Dakota business, government and education leaders, TechND has spent nearly two decades advocating for a positive business climate for technology companies, addressing technology workforce needs, encouraging infrastructure development and providing knowledge sharing opportunities for its membership, which consists of more than 65 North Dakota business, government and education entities.  For more information, visit www.techND.org.