April 2020 – CropIn is featured in Agribusiness Market Ecosystem Alliance (AMEA)’s Agtech guide for advancing professional farmer organisations. The guide highlighted reasons why CropIn’s solutions are most viable in the market to consider. The guide threw light on CropIn solutions’ interoperability, cost effectiveness and scalability. It emphasized on the efficient pricing model and the limited cost involved in implementing the solution on ground. The article covered information on CropIn’s technical and operational capabilities globally. It also informed the readers about the audit compliance certification that CropIn will soon have for its solutions.
The AMEA has set a standard criteria for creating a transformational change in the global agricultural sector that is disruptive and appropriate for smallholder farmers. CropIn meets all these requirements owing to the design of its AI based algorithms.
The International Financial Corporation (IFC) is one of the prominent partners for the AMEA. A representative of IFC India was quoted in the report mentioning that, “CropIn has enabled one of IFC’s premier clients in India to adopt agtech solutions in their business (sugar value chain). Digital farm log books, geo tagging of farms and satellite based weather information have helped IFC’s client in increasing visibility on traceability and overall efficiency of farm extension services”
The Agriculture Technology (Ag-tech) WG was created with a goal to curate, disseminate, and promote disruptive and appropriate ag-tech that increases farmer professionalism, farmer incomes and promotes sustainable production. AMEA provides a pre-competitive space for agricultural development practitioners and agribusiness stakeholders to collaborate, learn, and share knowledge on best practices relevant for professionalizing farmer organizations in developing countries.