Smart Farms to disrupt the farming sector with technology

The company has raised an undisclosed amount from a clutch of angel investors to reshape the agriculture products distribution network

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New Delhi: In a bid to organize the unorganized agricultural sector by creating a smart technology-enabled process-driven ecosystem for farmers, Smart farms Agritech recently raised an undisclosed amount from a clutch of angel investors.

Leading the investment was Mr Sunkara Subba Rao with Renous Consulting acting as an exclusive advisor during the whole transaction. The company also announced its plans of raising a Series A round funding by the end of this year to fuel their growth and expand vigorously.

Smart Farms is determined to make agriculture a profitable business by reducing the overall farming cost by 20%. By providing an integrated system, they will be able to provide an end-to-end logistics solution to the farmers as well as eliminate all middlemen. Along with that, the user-friendly mobile-based application will provide guidance and many benefits to the farmers throughout the farming journey. This way the company aims to encourage young farmers to join farming as a profession thereby revolutionizing the agriculture ecosystem.

Commenting on the successful funding, Spokesperson of Smart farms Agritech mentioned, “With the first round of successful investment, Smart farms will be able to reshape and solve one of the toughest problems in the Agri Products distribution network through technology. We are already reaching almost 95% of farmers in the area we are operational in along with providing a guaranteed 24 Hrs delivery. Technological advancements are driving new businesses through our zero investment inventory model and access to many Agri services at the village level. But this is just the beginning, our first purpose is to utilize this investment in creating a thriving digital economy in rural India. ”

Smart Farms is determined to make agriculture a profitable business alternative to regular businesses and their keen knowledge of the Agriculture industry has helped them develop solutions that answer the needs of today’s farmers.