A decision making platform to support sustainable agriculture supply chains, value creation and market growth
Provides a means by which organizations can share data relating to trades, in real-time, across all parties in the respective economic community.
Can track an organizations supply chain credentials, alongside providing full visibility of an organization’s trading partners providing more granular insight into an organizations business activities and related ESG impact.
Analyse data collected on our Trade Platform to get the big picture of an organisation
Attain operational and financial insights with data analytics relating to your trades.Can be readily combined with a range of other emerging technologies to enable exactly the type of digitized, verified, tokenized, data-sharing platform that banks, insurers and investors need therby improving access to finance
Data driven intelligence is key to growth
The delivery of refrigerated goods to the United States from Africa requires stamps and permits from about 40 people and organizations that interact with each other in more than 300 cases. Total costs of processing documents with such logistics are estimated at between 15 and 50% of the cost of physical transport In such a complex structure, errors and inaccuracies inevitably appear, which lead to cargo idle time and long-term litigation.
Meeting the Need
“"Farmers in East Africa face challenges in their relationships with other actors in value chains, including information and power asymmetries. With the right set-up, technology can help farmers overcome those challenges by enabling them to come together to establish strong market linkages and access key financial services – while remaining in the driving seat." (International Institute for Environment and Development, May 2020)”
“"Digital technologies have the power to transform agri-food systems in emerging markets by accelerating the work of participants across the value chain, including input players, producers, offtakers, and retailers. When used as part of a national agricultural-transformation program, digital tools could help raise the incomes of smallholder farmers, increase crop output, and support food security."(McKinsey Insights, January 2021) ”
“"Globalization of food value chains has increased the demand for greater transparency over where food is produced, how, by whom and with what effect on society and the environment. A range of new digital technologies are available to facilitate transparency, with the promise of leading the global food system to an era of ‘hyper-transparency’. Its impact on smallholder farmer inclusion, however, remains questionable. The potential benefits of hyper-transparency for smallholders are improved access to services and markets. Thus far, important challenges remain. These are limited access to these technologies for smallholders and new power relations that emerge around access, use and control of data." (Development Economics Group, Wageningen University, November, 2019)”
Using the latest innovative technologies
Using Blockchain to bring offer organisations greater transparency and so engender far greater levels of trust, vital for consumers and governments wishing to track those organisations’ ESG credentials.
Permissioned Blockchains to support all functions within the agricultural supply chain including Traceability, Provenance, Fiscal and Regulatory Compliance and Financial Trading