Agtech company, AGRIVI has won the prestigious United Nations Award for Innovation in Agriculture.
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) launched the regional contest on “Digital Excellence in Agriculture in Europe and Central Asia” to identify and showcase good practices and innovative solutions that have proven successful in advancing the digital transformation of agriculture.
In the first phase of the regional contest, nearly 200 applications were collected. A total of 171 solutions were eligible to apply for Digital Excellence in Agriculture award, and the final of the competition included 28 solutions that are used to respond to agricultural challenges.
Ultimately, AGRIVI led by CEO and Founder Matija Zulj won in the category “Agriculture innovations systems and sustainable farming – Connected farm management systems”.
“I am proud that AGRIVI is once again recognized as an innovative digital solution that contributes to the long-term sustainability of agricultural production, not only in Croatia but globally. This award is another confirmation of the efficiency and quality of our software, which in the long run brings numerous benefits to farmers and consumers. With AGRIVI software, farmers can reduce risks and increase their yield product quality. On the other hand, with the implementation of AGRIVI software, it is ensured constant control of the production process, which enables traceability so that consumers can have completely transparent insight into the production process of the food they consume. This is no longer our future, but the present” emphasized Matija Zulj.
Mr. Zulj added that he hopes in the next period will be an increasing number of producers who will start with digitizing their production.
AGRIVI farm management software is used by all-size professional farmers, food companies, agricultural banks, and other stakeholders in the food and agricultural industry. AGRIVI supports agri-food companies in 100+ countries and software has been localized in 10+ languages.