FarmERP raises Series A Funding to build AI based Climate Resilience for sustainable Agriculture 4.0
Singapore based strategic investor Technogen invests in world’s leading Agriculture ERP platform – FarmERP. FarmERP looks to build AI based Climate Resilience Intelligence to help its users to mitigate climate risks in agriculture and achieve sustainability.
Singapore based strategic investor Technogen invests in world's leading Agriculture ERP platform - FarmERP. FarmERP looks to build AI based Climate Resilience Intelligence to help its users to mitigate climate risks in agriculture and achieve sustainability.
‘We have been super successful in helping Agribusinesses to harness the power of Smart Agriculture to achieve higher efficiency, higher yields, higher profitability, and complete traceability since last 18 years.' says Sanjay Borkar, CEO & Co-founder of FarmERP ‘And now we focus on Climate Resilient Agriculture. Predictable and intelligent agriculture is future and we are committed to empower our esteemed clients across the globe to take on new challenges in this competitive landscape.'
Sanjay stresses further, ‘Climate Action and Zero hunger are UN's important Sustainable Development Goals and our every effort is aligned to help achieve these goals through FarmERP'.
Santosh Shinde, COO & Co-founder explains how the funding will make difference, ‘The company will be using the funding to combine the FarmERP Platform with Climate Resilient Intelligence. And it will also be used to reach out and enter into new markets and geographies around the world to solve the problems agriculture faces in those regions.' ‘We definitely aim to maintain our leadership position in Agriculture ERP space by refining the user experience through Artificial Intelligence, Machine learning, Computer vision and Blockchain technologies.'
Sanjay Borkar and Santosh Shinde started out 18+ years ago as two young computer engineers with the aim to revolutionize agriculture using Information Technology Solutions. In the age where the lack of digitization was apparent, these budding entrepreneurs faced various challenges along the way. In 2001 they received a breakthrough and since then, they have been restructuring the age old norms of the oldest and most noble profession; agriculture and farming.
After a series of progress in the product features over the years, Farm Management Software was renamed as FarmERP in 2007-2008. Since then, the FarmERP platform has been enhanced and packed with various features to make it one of the leading digital agriculture platforms in the world.