Ever.Ag Acquires AgencyRoot to Empower Crop Insurance Agents with Advanced Software Solutions

Lewisville-based Ever.Ag said the acquisition of Dallas' AgencyRoot enhances its presence in the crop insurance sector by providing agents with innovative and user-friendly technology. The companies share "the same passion for innovation in agribusiness," AgencyRoot's CMO said.

Lewisville-based agribusiness solutions provider Ever.Ag has acquired AgencyRoot, a software platform built for the agri-food sector, designed for crop insurance agents.

Ever.Ag said the acquisition of Dallas-based AgencyRoot enhances its presence in the crop insurance sector by providing agents with innovative and user-friendly technology. No financial details were released.

“This acquisition is more than an expansion of our Agribusiness software portfolio; it’s a testament to our dedication to equipping crop insurance agents with the best tools to serve their clients effectively,” Ever.Ag Agribusiness EVP Mike Moore said in a statement. 

Ever.Ag said AgencyRoot’s system complements Ever.Ag’s existing software solutions, enabling the company to offer a more diverse range of solutions tailored to the unique needs of the crop insurance space.

Ever.Ag said the acquisition represents its growing dedication to investing in technologies that respond to the specific challenges and opportunities within the crop insurance industry.

“Our focus is on empowering agents with technology that simplifies their work, enhances their efficiency, and ultimately benefits the farmers they serve,” Moore said. “AgencyRoot’s platform aligns perfectly with this vision, bringing a level of specialization that agents will greatly appreciate.”

Sharing a ‘passion for innovation in agribusiness’

AgencyRoot CMO Denise Webb said the two companies share the same passion for innovation in agribusiness.

“This partnership marks a significant step forward in our mission to provide crop insurance agents with the most advanced software solutions. Together, we are poised to make a profound impact on the agricultural sector, enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of crop insurance services,” Webb said.

“Our technology, combined with Ever.Ag’s extensive expertise and resources, will create unparalleled opportunities for growth and development in this vital industry,” he added. “We look forward to a future where our combined strengths lead the way in empowering those at the heart of agriculture—the farmers and their agents.”

Launched in 2018 by Travis Laine, Chris Webb, and Denise Webb, Dallas-based AgencyRoot said it is a cutting-edge SaaS platform designed specifically for crop insurance agents. Its program streamlines the crop insurance process and provides agents with the tools they need to better serve their clients.

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