March 2019 — A case study on CropIn’s Satellite Imagery and AI-based farm management software has been published by leading publishers of business and management case studies, Ivey Publishing and Harvard Business Review. The case study titled “Farm Management Through Digitization” has been put through a stringent evaluation process for over two months, before being finally accepted for publication.
“This case study featured by leading publications, Ivey Publishing and Harvard Business Review, connotes CropIn’s steady growth and achievement of the highest position in Agtech space as a result of a series of preceding accomplishments. It is a great pleasure to announce that our case study on farm management solution will be used in classroom education of management students.”, said Jyoti Vaddi, Head of Marketing.
With over 8,000 cases in their collection, Ivey Publishing (of the Ivey Business School) adds more than 350 classroom-tested case studies each year and is one of the top case publishers in the world. Harvard Business Review (of Harvard University), through both print and online content, provides professionals around the world with rigorous insights and best practices to lead themselves and their organizations more effectively and to make a positive impact. CropIn’s case study has been featured by these publications in the below links: