Newsletter

January 2017

 

Key Highlights 2016

Land Area Covered

100,000 Hectares of
farmland

New geographies reached

Azerbaijan and Saudi Arabia

Technologies adopted

Microsoft Power BI

Integration

Oracle Financials, Microsoft
Dynamics, Unity

New product release

Grapes DSS
 

In partnership with ICAR,
NRC Grapes and IARI

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Year End Review - 2016

2016 has been a wonderful year for FarmERP. Here
are some updates,
A leading Grapes export house in India is now using FarmERP software for its agri, procurement, packing and exports operations. Increased operational efficiency and complete management control has been achieved, enabling company to export more than 1000 fruit containers in this year.
 
One of the biggest farming companies in Azerbaijan which manages around 8500 Ha of farm land, use FarmERP for production planning, inventory management and harvest planning. They have multi-cropping, multi-location, multiuser operations. Web and mobile FarmERP platform increases accessibility for users
 
Added many small to medium sized farms to our growing portfolio. Achieved seamless integration of FarmERP with Oracle Financials, Microsoft Dynamics, Unity and other legacy systems this year.
 
Completed Agriculture-IoT (Internet Of Things) projects which involved integration of Weather station, Automated irrigation system and biometric device with FarmERP.
 
Project ‘Farm Analytics’ is launched. It is a high end Business Intelligence layer over FarmERP. In depth data analysis using new age data crunching tools, enable management users with attractive dashboards for faster decision making.
 
Successfully completed innovative agri ICT research project ( partnering with ICAR, NRC Grapes and IARI ) and launched Grapes DSS – a web and mobile based decision support system to improve the productivity of grapes in view of abiotic stresses like temperature and moisture. It is being used by progressive grape growers in India.