Future-proof your business with Climate Fintech
AQUAOSO’s Data Acclimation Platform has evolved from our water security platform through trusted partnerships with our customers. Farm Credit Associations, national and regional lenders, farmland investors, and international food brands all trust AQUAOSO to deliver secure, dependable and trustworthy software to help solve issues associated with a changing climate.
Our advanced mapping tools will help you manage your data geospatially. Our analytics can help you identify climate-related risks and the potential for stranded assets. Our software will monitor changes to your portfolio over time. Our trusted industry experts will help you understand how to mitigate and adapt to a changing climate.
A map-based risk and data management fintech system to integrate and analyze your data in a highly secure, easy-to-use interface, with advanced analytics and portfolio monitoring workflows. Portfolio-level reporting is simple with APIs that connect the software tools you use daily with curated third-party land and climate data, like parcel records, appraisal and audit reports, wildfire maps, and AQUAOSO’s Water Security Platform.
Water Security Platform
A module of GIS Connect, Water Security Platform makes it easy to understand water risk. Our advanced water research and intelligence software was developed to reduce the time you spend obtaining valuable water data, assessing the impact of regulations (such as SGMA), and tracking changes to water delivery information over time. The data is delivered on-demand to your team in easy-to-use reports and analytics.
Analytics and Consulting
Complete the picture with access to the right talent, insights, and technology to develop custom reports, analytics, and training.
Save Time. Save Money.
Understand Portfolio Risk.
Billion Dollars Of Ag Assets Monitored
Million Acres Researched & Counting
Reports Completed To Date
Take a look at one of our whitepapers, podcasts and/or our book… We are here to stay in this industry and are looking to make an impact.
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From Our Clients
Learn why more than 30% of California Agricultural Lenders trust AQUAOSO.
“Using AQUAOSO has helped me cut down on research time and has provided me more water information than ever before! It is now the first step in my loan underwriting process and it has allowed me to devote more time toward expanding our loan portfolio.”
“I have been continually impressed with AQUAOSO’s commitment to customer service. We use the Mapping and Research Tool and at our request AQUAOSO expanded the information covered in their reports. This eliminated the need to visit multiple websites to gather information and we’ve been happy with the result!”
“AQUAOSO’s data management platform has turned what used to be a month’s worth of manual data gathering into minutes of using the platform. This has sped up my investment operations and data management while helping me stay competitive in today’s digitizing landscape.”
“At Porterville Citrus, we are always looking out for our growers’ best interests so when we realized AQUAOSO’s ability to provide a deeper understanding of our growers’ water risk, we knew they were the clear choice. Thanks to AQUAOSO, we have an even deeper understanding of both our growers’ water assets and water threats, which has put Porterville Citrus in a much stronger position to mitigate than ever before.”