Contract Management

FLEXIBLE, TIMELY CONTRACT MANAGEMENT

Agvance Grain makes it easy for grain professionals to manage their purchase and sales contracts and monitor their net long/short market position when timely information is critical to making the right decisions during volatile market conditions.

Features & Benefits

  • Monitor contractual obligations with customers including tracking of unsigned contracts
  • Track delivered grain that is available to fill a customer’s contractual obligations
  • Flexible setup for purchase contracts, sales contracts and warehouse receipts
  • Ability to document, print and electronically deliver purchase order contracts
  • Easily convert accepted offer contracts into purchase contracts after target price has been reached
  • Quick, convenient access to customer balances, grain activity, contract status and settlements
  • Easily migrate HTA, Future Fixed, Basis and Price Later contracted grain to a priced contract
  • Provides ability to track pricing history for contracted grain
  • Contract Detail report summarizes purchase and sale contractual obligations by delivery period
  • Provides ability to track purchase contracts by salesperson
  • Includes option to pull in live futures prices from your data service provider (AgriCharts or DTN)
  • Manage your basis with ability to pull commodity prices into purchase contracts and Mark to Market
  • Provide growers with access to their grain account and activity via MyFarmRecords.Net

Other Agvance Grain Features

Grain Settlements

Agvance Grain offers a variety of tools to process grain settlements and assure accurate calculation of splits and discounts.

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Inventory / DPR

Agvance Grain makes it easy to manage grain inventory and monitor storage obligations.

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Receipts / Shipments

Agvance Grain easily manages grain receiving and shipment activity to help ensure inventory is available to meet obligations.

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Positions Management

Manage trading positions, monitor cash and futures positions, and maintain positions within authorized risk levels.

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