PureSense Discontinuing its Service to Growers at the End of the Year
FRESNO, CA – PureSense, a real-time irrigation monitoring company, has announced that it will be closing its service to growers at the end of the year.
The company stated in a letter to growers, “After eight years of being a market leader in real-time irrigation monitoring, PureSense, its Board of Directors and its primary investor have decided to shut down the business.”
The company’s primary investor has committed to keeping the servers up and running through at least the end of 2014. The sites will continue to collect data, upload to the company’s servers and translate through growers IMDesktop or IMWeb access.
According to the letter, there will not, however, be any PureSense field maintenance or field service provided going forward. Also, any sites that are down or not communicating will need to be self-serviced.
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Participating growers will be contacted in the next 30 days by an ‘assignee’ to discuss any outstanding transactions.