Taranis, the AI-powered crop intelligence company, has appointed Opher Flohr as the new CEO, succeeding Bar Veinstein. Flohr brings over 15 years of experience in operations, finance, and strategy to his new role. He joined Taranis as the Chief Financial & Operating Officer in 2019 and played a significant role in driving the company’s success and expansion. Before joining Taranis, Flohr held leadership positions in various global companies, where he helped drive growth and improve operational efficiency.
Veinstein took a managerial position at a significant public firm after guiding Taranis to 260% growth over the previous two and a half years. Veinstein will collaborate closely with Flohr and the management group to guarantee a seamless transition.
Zvika Orron, the board chairman at Taranis, claimed several prospects in the agricultural sector to translate innovation into value for customers and commercial success. Orron thinks that Flohr, who has a comprehensive grasp of the market, a crystal-clear vision for where Taranis is going, and the capacity to carry out that vision, is the finest candidate to guide Taranis into its upcoming chapter.
Jim Blome, a member of the Taranis board and the former president and chief executive officer of Bayer CropScience LP, noted that Taranis is transforming agricultural decision-making and enhancing results for merchants and producers. Blome thinks that data-driven insights from Taranis create a more intelligent and connected agriculture value chain, ensuring that advisers and producers employ inputs to their fullest potential.
According to Flohr, it is a privilege to manage Taranis at this crucial juncture, and the business is positioned for success that will define its industry. According to Flohr, Taranis is at the vanguard of the ag retail revolution thanks to a distinctive combination of agricultural experience, cutting-edge technology, and operational excellence. He expressed his gratitude to Veinstein for his leadership, which had enabled Taranis to build on its advantages and provide consumers with even more value in the years to come.
Taranis uses artificial intelligence to provide accurate and timely insights to farmers and agribusinesses worldwide. The company’s platform leverages aerial imagery, field sensors, and weather data to help farmers monitor their crops’ health and make data-driven decisions. Taranis’ innovative approach to crop intelligence has helped it secure partnerships with leading agribusinesses worldwide, including John Deere and Syngenta. The company’s growth trajectory is expected to continue under Flohr’s leadership as he steers Taranis toward further success.
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