14 November 2019
At Summit, we are committed to ease of doing business and freeing up more time for our customers so they can spend it on what’s important to them. This is why we’re delighted to announce that our new and improved SummitConnect online customer portal is now available.
The latest version of SummitConnect links customers to our inSITE platform, so they can view and download their entire soil and plant test history, including recommendation reports.
Another exciting feature that has been added are trend maps, which allows farmers to visualize how soil nutrients are tracking over time, across different depths and in different paddocks. Ultimately our aim is to provide our customers with the most accurate data, in the most accessible way, enabling them to make better decisions with regard to their fertilizer inputs for next season and beyond.
A SummitConnect trend map showing pH results at 10-20cm depth across all years
We’ve also developed a new user-friendly interface, allowing clients to easily view:
Orders - See details of all of your orders with Summit, including collection month and payment terms.
Collections - View individual fertilizer collections and download loading and weight dockets.
Transactions - Review your payments, credit limit, monthly statements and download your tax invoices.
The new SummitConnect dashboard
With the new SummitConnect portal everything you need is in one place, which makes it easier than ever to manage your business with Summit. In addition, providing your accountant or consultant with access to your SummitConnect can save you time when it comes to the end of the financial year.
If you’d like to learn more about how our new SummitConnect customer portal could benefit you, get in touch with your local Area Manager.
To register for SummitConnect, email; firstname.lastname@example.org or phone; 9439 8999.
16 November 2018
Each year Summit conducts more than 30 field trials across the farming areas of Western Australia.
In 2018 we have been part of an ongoing research project, funded by the GRDC, looking at the major nutrients, Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium.
The project is titled “Increasing profit from N, P and K fertiliser inputs into the evolving cropping sequences in the Western Region” and aims to provide clarity to critical soil analysis values and recommendations for a number of crops.
Summit’s role in this project is to provide Phosphorus trials, and some potassium trials as well.
This is a large project with Summit’s role in 2018 being 6 trials located at
Northern Ag Group – Binnu
The results of these trials will add to the pool of data that Summit has amassed from our over 25 years of field research in Western Australia.