• AgWorks specializes in the development and support of web-based, business solutionsWe can help your business generate sustainable competitive advantage by developing innovative products and services that open new markets, improve customer service, and simplify complex workflows.
  • Map-Based Reporting ServicesAgWorks can help you integrate mapping technology into your core processing systems. Features include extensive USDA CIMS integration, map-based Acreage and Production Reporting forms, robust digitation tools, import of boundaries taken from third-party devices, and display of historical weather.
  • Systems designed to support the crop insurance industry We provide an ag-based portal site (including real-time quotes and spot-based pricing), map-based reporting services, and extensive data warehousing solutions.


What's the biggest gap in crop systems today?

CLU-based mapping - 20%
Quoting systems designed to help farmers make better - 20%
In-field, crop loss adjustment systems - 30%
Systems customized for specialty crops/products - 30%

The Technical Expertise You Need, The Crop Knowledge Your Agents Require


AgWorks is a company formed in 2010 by Dreamscape Technologies and iNETj specializing in the development and support of crop processing systems. This partnership adds considerable crop-knowledgeable resources to the company, expands our knowledge of the industry, and allows us to bring products to market sooner. Both companies have extensive experience in the crop insurance industry and have worked together for as long as 18 years. These resources have successfully implemented web-based and standalone MPCI and crop hail systems used for quoting, policy administration, mapping, fund designation, billing, claims, compliance, commissions, and FCIC reconciliation. 

We has successfully implemented and managed crop insurance systems used to process over $1.6 billion in annual premiums (including MPCI and Crop Hail), supporting all FCIC approved crop/product combinations in the United States.

More importantly, we’ve designed and implemented these types of systems before using today’s Microsoft .Net and J2EE, web-based technologies.