CropIn Technology & IACG Sign MOU to Support Sustainable Agriculture and Improve Food Security
Business Wire India
CropIn Technology and the International Agriculture Consulting Group (IACG) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the aim to strengthen sustainable agriculture, ensure food safety and improve food security.
The collaboration intends to strengthen the agriculture value chain by facilitating adoption of agri-technology for climate resilience and agri-produce traceability. A key focus would be identifying potential areas and equipping them with technology to boost farm productivity while also cutting down on ecological costs.
Mr. Krishna Kumar, CEO, CropIn Technology says, “In meeting the goals of food security and sustainability, smart agtech solutions would prove instrumental by optimizing agricultural practices, minimizing waste, developing climate resilience, and providing timely agricultural advisory. We are pleased to enter into this MOU as it paves the way for a great partnership, combining CropIn's technological expertise with IACG's exceptional consulting services.”
Speaking on the occasion Dr. Dinesh Chauhan, CEO, IACG says “There is immense potential to add value in the entire value chain with the help of technology enabled services, and IACG is looking forward to combine its capabilities in terms of expertise in agriculture and agribusiness along with CropIn Technology to develop more efficient processes. In order to improve farm productivity and farmers' income, there is a need to bring in technology interventions in agriculture and agribusiness sector. MOU with CropIn Technology will pave the way in achieving the overall objective of IACG which is to provide competent consulting services to support agriculture and agribusiness sector by delivering sustainable solutions to projects in agriculture, agribusiness and allied sectors development worldwide and to bring great value to clients by forging partnerships in agriculture transformation.” Dr. Chauhan also informed that in the next five years agriculture and agribusiness sector is going to witness a lot of disruption in this space, changing the way agriculture has been done.