Agriculture is an essential industry. Food systems form the backbone of many economies globally. A disruption in one link can spread rapidly throughout the system, causing both social and economic harm. Companies that are closer to food and crops are better equipped to ensure food security, manage consumer health, adapt to climate change, respond to economic and public health crises, and advance sustainability principles. Wipro’s Agribusiness practice enables this transformation.
Using Wipro’s Agribusiness solutions, enterprises can design, structure and manage food and agricultural systems that are efficient, resilient, inclusive, and sustainable. We help businesses adopt cutting-edge technology innovations that increase business value and enhance consumer experiences.
Wipro’s Agribusiness solutions and consulting services allow companies to realize a range of benefits:
Wipro has worked with agriculture enterprises to leverage digital farming, Industry 4.0, digital supply chains, direct-to-consumer business models, and omnichannel experiences. Our global food and agribusiness experts deliver valuable results through both advisory services and end-to-end project execution that leverages AI, automation, and the cloud. Our focus is on enabling companies to transform their business and operations to build scale, drive growth, improve yields, and realize better return on investment now and in the future.
A tightly integrated agri value chain is fundamental to building efficient, resilient, inclusive, and sustainable food systems. Wipro's Agribusiness practice enables enterprises to take control of the value chain and manage disruptions proactively through enterprise transformation, digitization, and effective technologies including IoT, robotics, automation, cybersecurity, and AI- and ML-based analytics. With this foundation, organizations can gain valuable insights that strengthen their decision-making and improve their results.
Climate change impacts the global agriculture and food systems in multiple ways, from reducing yield and earnings and creating distribution inefficiencies to reducing food quality and safety and degrading nutritional value. Agribusiness and food companies face the additional challenge of making food available for the extra 2 billion people by 2050.