Crop Intelligence Leader Taranis Welcomes New VP of Operations to Scale Services Across Millions of Acres - Taranis

September 12, 2023

Crop Intelligence Leader Taranis Welcomes New VP of Operations to Scale Services Across Millions of Acres

September 12, 2023

Westfield, IN, September 12, 2023 — Taranis, the leader in AI-powered crop intelligence, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Joey Cline as the new Vice President of Operations, based at the company’s U.S. headquarters in Westfield, Indiana.

Taranis, known for its unsurpassed full-service leaf-level insight delivery, is at the forefront of agricultural innovation by creating engagement and transparency between ag retailers and growers to unlock opportunity on every acre. As the company continues to expand its services across millions of acres globally, adding Mr. Cline to the leadership team is a strategic move to ensure operational excellence and continued growth. 

With decades of operational and supply chain experience in multiple industries, including retail and technology, Joey Cline brings a wealth of expertise in operations management to his role at Taranis. With a track record of optimizing operations in dynamic environments and implementing continuous improvement, Mr. Cline is poised to play a pivotal role in Taranis’ efforts to create a smarter, more connected value chain in agriculture.

Commenting on the appointment, Taranis CEO Opher Flohr stated, “As we continue to scale our services across millions of acres in the U.S. and globally, Joey Cline’s leadership will be instrumental in driving operational excellence and ensuring that Taranis remains at the forefront of the crop intelligence industry.”

Mr. Cline expressed his excitement about joining Taranis, saying, “I’m honored to work alongside this remarkable team, pushing the boundaries of what’s possible, creating opportunities in rural communities, and contributing to the evolution of crop production at scale.”

The appointment of Joey Cline as the new VP of Operations underscores Taranis’ dedication to serving the agricultural supply chain, expanding its footprint, and supporting advisors and growers with the tools and insights they need to enhance crop productivity.

“Taranis’ commitment to delivering exceptional results to our customers and partners is unwavering. With Joey Cline as our new VP of Operations, we’re taking a giant leap forward in ensuring that every interaction with Taranis is marked by operational excellence. Joey’s expertise and leadership will enhance the seamlessness and efficiency of our services, translating into more precise, timely, and cost-effective solutions for our valued customers and partners—ultimately accelerating their bottom lines.”

For more information about Taranis and its AcreForward solutions, visit


About Taranis:

Taranis is the world’s leading AI-powered crop intelligence platform, 100% focused on helping ag advisors demonstrate value to their growers and build better relationships through full-service, leaf-level data capture. Taranis’ insights allow them to accelerate decision-making, simplify management, and improve their bottom line. Since its founding in 2015, Taranis has worked with the world’s top agricultural retailers and crop protection companies, serving millions of acres for customers in the United States, Brazil, and Europe. Taranis has offices located in Westfield, Indiana, Tel Aviv, Israel, and Campinas, Brazil. To learn more, visit


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