Standing Strong in Crop Insurance.
DataLink has been at the forefront of GPS technology since it began offering GPS mapping for crop insurance purposes in 1997. DataLink was first to introduce GPS mapping for crop insurance to western Nebraska at a time when civilian use of GPS was quite new and not widely accepted like it is today. GPS/GIS mapping continues to be part of the service we provide to the policy holder. Beginning with Fireman’s Fund Insurance, the industry evolved to a point that DataLink, LLC now insures customers with Rural Community Insurance Services (RCIS). RCIS is one of the largest crop insurance providers in the country and serves us well with knowledgeable staff and fast claims processing. Amanda Robertson and Del Penlerick serve as crop insurance agents for DataLink and are available to discuss your crop insurance options with you.
1107 Flack Ave
Alliance, NE 69301
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