Find out a little more about Muddy Boots, what we stand for, how we started and where we intend to head in the future.
We began over 25 years ago developing software that enabled growers and agronomists to manage their farms out in the field. We very quickly moved up the supply chain to work with some of the largest fresh produce retailers and food brands across the globe.
Ever since our early years, we have been pioneers in web based supply chain software and today we continue to lead the way.
We joined the TELUS family
Back in April 2020, we were very excited to become part of the TELUS family, a world-leading communications and information technology company. The acquisition provided us with the support of a global leader in communications and digital technologies, enabling Muddy Boots to grow in key markets, such as North America and Asia Pacific, and to accelerate the development of its digital supply chain solutions. Find out more about TELUS Agriculture & Consumer Goods
We help our clients deliver on their sustainability initiatives, and we are no different. When we built our HQ office in the beautiful Ross-on-Wye, we designed it to be as self-sufficient as possible.
We create our own energy from solar panels on our south facing roof, harvest rain fall, use air-source heat pumps to heat our offices, as well as providing flexible working and cycle-to-work schemes to try and limit cars on the road as much as possible.
The data security of our customers is important to us and we ensure your information is accessible only to those authorised to have access. We safeguard the accuracy and completeness of information and processing methods.
With a dedicated information security group and end-to-end encryption of your communication, our applications are continuously security tested against the latest threats.
Read our Security and IT policy here
Corporate Social Responsibility
Throughout the year our 'Our Way' Committee works hard to think of fun and innovative ways to raise money for a chosen charity.
We also have a 'recycling' scheme, where all of our technology that is no longer required is refurbished and sent to Africa.