“It’s a great technology. Having just another tool to assist in our agronomic decisions that can come at the touch of a button on your phone is going to certainly be helpful as we continue to get more and more automated and have more challenging decisions to make as superintendents.”
— Alex Stuedemann, CGCS, director of agronomy, PGA Tour Network
Golfdom video interview with Spiio, pioneering a new era in water conservation, precision irrigation, and in-ground data, today announced that it doubled its customer base to 450 golf courses in 2021 and launching a new platform built for golf course superintendents and agronomists.
The company reached 450 customers in 2021 as it releases its new transformative platform that enables golf course superintendents and agronomists to realize tremendous ROI while optimizing water efficiency and playability
Superintendent Adam Hoffman from Sunset Hills Country Club discusses how he uses Spiio’s Google Sheets integration for data-driven reporting, allowing him to back up his agronomic decisions with data.
Building upon the recent announcement from Spiio, Inc of an additional $1.6M round of investor funding used to strengthen the product development team and to move forward with innovation projects, Spiio announces today their partnership with Ewing Irrigation & Landscape Supply as an authorized distributor of Spiio’s wireless soil sensors into the US golf market. […]
Spiio, the in-ground data as a service provider, helping turfgrass and green industry professionals enhance agronomic decisions, has raised a $1.6M fundraising round from internal investors: byFounders, inQvation, Danish Growth Fund and a range of angel investors. The funds will be used to strengthen the development team, to move forward with innovation projects that are […]
GLK Turf Solutions combines industry expertise and entrepreneurship to serve other turf professionals in Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. Their partnership with Spiio has presented another opportunity for them to bring sound agronomy to their customers by solving the constant problems of water quantity and water quality.