Ag Information Network of the West Podcast with Chris Peacock
A succinct synopsis of AQUAOSO benefits and how the company helps its clients
On the Ag Information Network of the West, AQUAOSO CEO and Founder, Chris Peacock succinctly sums up how AQUAOSO benefits agriculture lenders and bankers.
“Our SaaS Water Security Platform helps organizations understand the financial impacts of water scarcity on their operations all the ways down to parcel level.” – Chris Peacock
Originally featured on the Ag Information Network.
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From Our Clients
Learn why more than 20% 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!”
“Over the past several months of utilizing the AQUAOSO platform, it has allowed me to provide clear and concise information to our collateral department and appraisers, to speed the process along. I have also been able to utilize it in working with customers to complete required sources of irrigation forms, with information from a single source rather than sending them to chase down documents from multiple agencies. This has saved a us up to two weeks and helped us to meet deadlines.”
“I love how user friendly AQUAOSO’s research tool is and how fast it is to generate detailed water and soil reports, which are perfect for gathering parcel information for our loans.”