Christopher Leonard, President, Agronomix Software Inc.

Christopher originally trained in accountancy before moving into Information Technology focusing on support, hardware assembly and software installation for a vegetable processing company in England. He is an alumnus of the London School of Economics (MBA Essentials) and Villanova University (Master Certificate in Business Analysis) as well as Member of the Chartered Institute for Information Technology ( and the International Institute of Business Analysis ( Christopher has been President of Agronomix Software since August 2017. He has been responsible for helping Agronomix Software to grow significantly during his time and manages the front-end digital media and customer-facing marketing from his office in the south of France. The Agronomix Learning Centre, unique in this industry at its launch, has been a key part of his work in helping to make Agronomix the leader in plant breeding software.

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Plant Breeding Software…on the Cloud

For 28 years Agronomix Software has been at the forefront of developing plant breeding data management software solutions, starting with the original AGROBASE. Since 2001 AGROBASE Generation II® has changed the way breeders around the world interact with their data and each year it gets better. Initially the Core System was available with the Advanced Statistics and Varietal …

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