20 Dec 2013

Starting 2014 now!

Every year ends the same way. December is all about looking back on the past year and jamming in as much as possible; while January is about sharing expectations and perspectives for the year to come.

At ReGen, we think the end of 2013 is already the beginning of 2014. Why? Because our new exciting project, ReGen Nitrogen, marks the beginning of ReGens new era.

With it, it is not only a new service that ReGen is about to deliver, it is a new work process. Our strong relationship with New Zealand farmers in the last 5 years and more has undergone a dramatic breakthrough. We have turned our relationship with farmers into collaboration because we know that innovation results from your best ideas.

We engaged in a very challenging and exciting process which is still at its inception. To make our collaboration possible we set up CoCreative Lab, your interactive platform.

Our effort to give you the most advanced information about our next service, ReGen Nitrogen, has been largely rewarded thanks to your commitment. Since CoCreative Lab went live, it has been viewed 1645 times. This is a great success, beyond our own expectations, and demonstrates how much farmers are interested in being kept posted about ReGens new service.

We thank you for your interest and your commitment.
It is our best Christmas present.

2014 will start with more interaction.  Each day, we shall post more interesting, amazing and astonishing content on CoCreative Lab.

And most of all, youll get more information and more opportunities to share your ideas, opinions and views about ReGen Nitrogen.

2013 has been a busy year and we all need to take a break and refresh  before the exciting development of ReGen Nitrogens release in February 2014!!!

Until then Bridgit and the ReGen staff wishes you all
a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!

Bridgit Hawkins and the ReGen team


13 Dec 2013

Get an effective application farmers can use everywhere!

Every week, we release a story directly told by those who are at the very heart of the creation of ReGen Nitrogen. This week, Minh unveils some of the secrets surrounding the development of ReGens new application, ReGen Nitrogen. If like many of us you have little knowledge about software, application development and other tech jargon, follow the guide!

Minh graduated in Software Engineering at the University of Auckland. He used his web development skills to create a number of exciting products while working for Harmonic  before joining Regen as a full-time software developer. He is delighted to participate in Regen team to create ReGen Nitrogen  an effective nitrogen tool used by New Zealand farmers.

5 Dec 2013

Designing ReGen Nitrogen app, between functionality and handiness

Every week, we release a story directly told by those who are at the very heart of the creation of ReGen Nitrogen. This week, Kim tells us about the work she has done so far to make our application look good and friendly to use.

Kim took the long way round to get to design – through Victoria University and two degrees, she finally landed at Massey’s Wellington campus and is now completing a Graduate Diploma in Design. Always keen to get stuck into things and do something useful, she is excited to be a part of the ReGen team as a Summer of Tech intern, assisting us in creating great tools for farmers.