Zagreb, February 3, 2021 –AgTech company AGRIVI, which has developed one of the leading, globally recognized farm management software, has begun the new year by expanding its partnership network in four major global markets. After securing a new round of financing by attracting 4 million EUR last November for expanding in the global market, the company concluded this year’s January with six new major partners in Europe, Middle East, Asia, and the US.
The new partnership network will help AGRIVI to expand further, and position on the global market, and connect with producers that will rely on the AGRIVI platform to help farmers manage agricultural production and increase their profitability. The farm management software by AGRIVI is one of the most comprehensive solutions for agricultural productions on the market today and helps farms and agri-food companies in 100+ countries worldwide to reach an economically and environmentally sustainable agricultural production.
One of the company’s new partners is RHE Solutions, which cooperates with agricultural producers in Southeast Asia and has the goal of improving their business practices and bringing direct value, while AGRIVI is already translating its software into Malay to accommodate them. Another company that has been partnering with the AGRIVI since 2021 is the Malaysian company MD Labs, focused on developing a nationwide platform for palm oil producers. As for this new platform, the AGRIVI solution will have a key role in digitizing processes from production and processing to sale, providing users with insights into detailed production analytics to improve and increase their efficiency and productivity.
At the same time, Chatwin, a company doing business in the Dominican Republic and other Caribbean countries, is the company’s new partner for the US market and will offer the AGRIVI solutions to farmers for their improvements. A new partner in the same market is also BCTS Consulting that is active in 9 countries in Latin America. Furthermore, the list of AGRIVI Europe-based partners now includes Farmapp, a Latvian company, that will offer AGRIVI to help young farmers in five Baltic countries successfully complete their family-owned farms’ transition. Finally, another company planning a stronger growth in 2021 with the help of AGRIVI is VeggiTech, which grows vegetables in desert areas in the Middle East, and will rely on the company’s help to stronger address that particular high-potential market.
“With the additional support from the new round of financing closed just last year, we have entered a phase of greater expansion, especially in the markets in Europe and the US. We are also continuously monitoring opportunities in other potential markets. I am proud to celebrate the beginning of the year with a considerably stronger network of partners, with whom we intend to work on achieving further growth and promoting digitalization in agriculture,” stated Matija Zulj, CEO and founder at AGRIVI.
The company’s success is further evident in the fact that last year, the consulting company Ernst & Young highlighted AGRIVI as an ideal solution for digitalizing a country’s agriculture with a positive impact on not just the agricultural sector but also the economy as a whole, adding that, at the same time, it could be financed from the EU funds.
AGRIVI is a global agtech company founded in 2013. With offices in London, Bucharest, Zagreb, and Warsaw, the company supports agri-food companies in 100+ countries. The AGRIVI farm management software, used by all-size professional farmers, food companies, agricultural banks, and other stakeholders in the food and agricultural industry, has been localized in fifteen languages.
Thanks to the AGRIVI tech solution, its users can, in just a few clicks, obtain all the necessary information about every single production phase, as well as plenty of other useful information allowing for the production planning and timely execution of the agri-tech measures.
Presently, AGRIVI cooperates with the top global corporations in the industry, including the US-based Driscoll’s, the world’s largest berry company, Switzerland’s Nestle, which uses the AGRIVI solution to ensure the quality of the fruit for its children’s food factories, and Helvetas, which relies on the software to ensure rice production’s traceability for more than 4,000 small farmers in Myanmar, Asia. Finally, all the key analytical reports put AGRIVI among the top global leaders in farm management.