The relationship between TGM and a Licensee can be likened to a partnership. It is NOT a legal partnership, rather a willingness to work together (defined under a contract) so both parties win. It is in the interest of TGM to provide the equipment, communications, software, and applications that enable a Licensee to prevent spoilage in stored grain — a food safeness issue that is emerging, and that nobody can afford – one that will drive much change in grain channels.
Other advantages besides preventing spoilage can be gained. These include less labor and energy use, less shrink, avoiding over-dry bottoms. Further, MC uniformity at Targeted levels improves milling yields, popcorn pop size and the plumpness of canned beans.
Enabling the delivery of higher purity grain increases the value of transactions — a higher price or less discount. The TGM fee needs be less than the benefit a Licensee gains. Thus our goal is to help each Licensee improve its bottom line by adding efficiency and value.