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 decision-making and improve their results.
Wipro also works with a deep ecosystem of strategic partners delivering global programs from implementation, deployment, migration, and support of state-of-the-art Agribusiness solutions.
Wipro’s Agribusiness practice helps organizations effectively manage and enhance their value-chain capabilities. By enabling them to become "future ready," our industry consultants show agriculture enterprises how to adopt innovative technology in areas covering:
Digital Farming: Digitize and modernize farm operations, farm production and crop origination for improved yield, boosted producer earnings, and sustainable farming practices
Trading and logistics - Manage commodity price volatility, control risks for improved margin management, and reduce food waste through receiving/storage/shipping automation
Digital supply chain – Use digital solutions to remodel supply networks, establish accurate and effective methods of inventory stocking, accelerate cycle times, and ensure successful recycling programs that can help reduce carbon footprints
Working through Wipro’s unique approach to integrated digital supply-chain transformation, organizations can develop a competitive edge and the ability to embrace changes quickly. By delivering IP solutions from conceptualization to execution, redefining go-to-market strategies, and leading customer workshops, we ensure our clients’ needs are fulfilled across the value chain.
Indian agricultural sectorpresents some staggering numbers. It provideslivelihood to 58% of India’s population with aGross Value Addition of 265.51 billion USD(agriculture, forestry & fishing combined)1. At283.37 tons, India had a record production offood grains in 2018-191.