MEMPHIS, Tenn., February 22, 2018 – The Seam, a leading provider of agribusiness software and trading solutions, today announced its affiliate membership with Field to Market, an alliance for sustainable agriculture dedicated to defining, measuring and advancing the sustainability of food, fiber and fuel production.
A native Californian, Eric moved to Memphis in the mid 1990s with his grandparents. A very involved member of the Memphis community, Eric graduated from Houston High School, where he then went on to attend and become a graduate of Southwest Tennessee and the University of Memphis. He also has a younger sister who attends Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law at the University of Memphis.
MEMPHIS, Tenn., Jan. 9, 2018 – The Seam, a leading provider of agribusiness software and trading solutions, today announced that it has recently added five new board members, who will continue to help guide and position the company as a leader in agritech. Joining The Seam’s Board of Directors are Kevin Brinkley, Jay Hardwick, Tommy Hayden, Hank Reichle and Krista Rickman.
Greater Memphis Chamber president Phil Trenary and various cotton, peanut and other commodity industry leaders were present as The Seam celebrated its expanded agritech operations this past April. The expansion came after an announcement in January that it was working to form a blockchain-based ecosystem for global trading and field-to-fabric supply chain innovations.
On May 25, The Seam Chairman and CEO Mark Pryor, presented on cotton blockchain technology at the American Cotton Shippers Association (ACSA) annual convention. The ACSA is a respected trade association in the U.S. and abroad that represents the merchants of raw cotton.