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SAP To Support Agritech Startup DeHaat, Focuses On ESG

"By various industry estimates, India loses around 20 per cent of agricultural output due to fragmented logistics and complex supply chain processes," said Sanket Deodhar, VP- Unicorns and Digital Natives, SAP India

SAP To Support Agritech Startup DeHaat, Focuses On ESG
SAP To Support Agritech Startup DeHaat, Focuses On ESG
SAP To Support Agritech Startup DeHaat, Focuses On ESG

SAP, an enterprise application software and cloud solutions provider announces to work with DeHaat in its mission to improve the social, economic, and environmental sustainability of Indian agriculture and aid the growth of local microentrepreneurs. 

DeHaat is full-stack agri-tech organisation that focuses on creating an impact in farmers' life by providing tech enabled solutions throughout the crop lifecycle. The organisation operates on the “Farmers First” principle. The AI-enabled technologies developed by DeHaat aim to revolutionise supply chain and production efficiency in India’s farm sector.

Commenting on the announcement, Shashank Kumar, Co-founder and CEO, DeHaat, said, “DeHaat has always been ahead of the curve in adopting digital solutions to better serve our stakeholders. Our partnership with SAP to lead the business transformation journey is another step in this direction. We will be able to redesign our supply chain through strategic data forecasting thanks to the SAP S4/HANA cloud platform rollout, and as a result, provide greater value to our partners.”

Shyam Sundar Singh, Co-Founder and Executive Director, DeHaat said, “We have been able to standardize business processes thanks to the implementation of SAP S4/HANA cloud, which is used by some of the biggest corporations worldwide. With the platform's capacity to integrate internal apps, we are certain that we can create process excellence across the entire business by increasing visibility, improving documentation, and reducing manual interventions.”

“India is traditionally an agrarian economy and the second largest gross agricultural producer in the world. By various industry estimates, India loses around 20% of agricultural output due to fragmented logistics and complex supply chain process, said Sanket Deodhar, VP- Unicorns & Digital Natives, SAP India. Agricultural innovations such as cloud technology and AI-enabled insights can take the guesswork out of farming practices and processes, with improved efficacies and operational agility. We are excited to work with DeHaat to revolutionize India's farming supply chain and aid production efficiency through data-driven innovation,” he added.


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