Sanjay Borkar and Santosh Shinde started out 18+ years ago as two young computer engineers with an aim to revolutionize agriculture using Information Technology Solutions. In 2001 they received a breakthrough and since then, they have been restructuring the norms of agriculture and farming.
At the Berlin Fruit Logistica 2020, FarmERP will be showcasing its software platform for (FFV) Fresh Fruits and Vegetables business. This software is being used globally for farm, farmer, procurement, processing, supply chain, and financial data management and analysis.
The FarmERP software is an ERP platform that gives companies and agricultural stakeholders the complete control over the entire process management. As a multi-user, multi-location and multi-crop software, this ERP software solution enables faster decision-making and resources optimization to improve productivity and profitability.
Right: Sanjay Borkar, CEO and co-founder, and Santosh Shinde, COO and co-founder of FarmERP.
FarmERP has always had a sustainable framework that is aligned with the Sustainable Development goals of the United Nations. Through the use of climate-resilient intelligence, FarmERP helps conserve water without depleting the soil. With the goal of zero hunger, FarmERP aids in the growth, distribution, and consumption of food to conserve agriculture, forestry, and fisheries.
Due to dramatic changes in weather patterns, rising sea levels, and weather-related catastrophes, FarmERP deployment brings digital transformation into the agricultural industry by adding predictability. FarmERP has helped to achieve higher efficiency, higher yields, and higher profitability. They have also assisted many companies in achieving their objectives of a profitable and sustainable agribusiness.
Partnership With FarmERP
FarmERP has partnered with the Phoenix Group in Dubai to aid 2 of their major projects in India; Project Deccan that is based in Baramati and Project Himalaya that is based in Kashmir. These projects focus on ensuring that the fresh fruits and vegetables that are grown here are of the highest exportable quality.
FarmERP also streamlined the time-critical process of fruit procurement, packing and export operations for the leading grape exporter in India, Mahindra Agri Solutions. “FarmERP’s innovative solution and project management expertise have helped us deploy our projects in real-time. The team has a complete can-do attitude which has to lead us to achieve our objective of bringing the entire Farm to Fork business operations on a single digital platform with inbuilt Traceability” according to Head –Agribusiness of Mahindra Agri Solutions Ltd.
In another instance, Sri Lanka’s leading Mango Producing Company had planted multiple trees in five geographical sites. FarmERP streamlined the complex process of bagging and harvesting fruit, and suggested pasting the bags with labels having the week’s number printed on them. This helped the team in opening only those bags that will be falling in that week. By using the offline mode in the FarmERP Android tablet, they were able to record the actual number of fruits that were to be harvested.
The FarmERP booth will be at Hall 09, stand D06.