In an era of connected consumers and disruptive markets, CSM helps maximize the impact of organizations dealing with food and food commodities with digitization, data authentication, and last-mile transactions.
Statistics reveal that by 2050 the world population will be anywhere near 10 billion. That directly hints at an increased land, water, and resource utilization that competes directly with farming needs to feed the population. Furthermore, the need for transparent and sustainable food supply chains increases the impetus on agribusiness to develop transparent, connected, and efficient supply chains.
Food starts with Agriculture at the helm. Farming is the first step of guaranteeing food availability across the markets. Digitization at this level enables better produce for optimum investment. The choice of seeds and fertilizers to soil testing data provides an integrated approach to enhancing farming produce. CSM’s analytics can bridge the knowledge divide and provide precision information for areas to be fertilized, for the seed quality to be procured and the climatic impact on a specific crop.
Monitoring post-harvest produce is another area where thinking beyond the normal, helps optimizes revenue and availability. However, monitoring is easier said than done. CSM partners with the government to start tracking and digitizing each level of stakeholder from the farm-to-plate to ensure transparency in the entire supply chain.
Commodity trading like tea, cotton, oil and other natural resources is a similar area of operations that will be left behind with a significant lack of digitization. Manually intensive processes with numerous shadow spreadsheets are prone to inaccuracies and control issues. CSM has gained expertise in emerging technologies—including blockchain, cognitive computing, and analytics—to address existing disadvantages and create new business value.
Our information-driven, integrated supply chains are enabling governments and organizations alike, to reduce inventory and costs, add product value, extend resources, and accelerate time to market. Our solutions connect the producers with buyers to initiate and sustain long term, mutually beneficial and sustainable relationships.
However, a single technology is not a silver bullet. Rather it is the right combination of solutions and architectures that are the keys to identifying and capturing middle-office automation opportunities. Our solutions can help make improvements in supply and trading processes, value-chain modeling, working capital forecasting, and governance.
CSM has completed a full-circle in the Agriculture and Food management
CSMs’ suite of solutions concerns itself with the flow of products and information between supply chain member organizations—procurement of materials, transformation of materials into finished products, and distribution of those products to end customers.Know More
This system was developed to create a clean & correct database of farmers cultivating paddy and willing to sell their surplus paddy to the State agencies through the PACS. Through this CSM could able to create a digitized database of farmers verified by Bhulekh.
Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Service (KEPHIS) involves in protecting the country’s agriculture from pests and diseases and assures on the quality of agricultural inputs and produce Seed Certification is a part of the entire process and is well defined by practice and law in the country. To make it more robust a is developing a comprehensive Seed Certification and Plant Variety Protection system so that the seed export and import process of various regions can be centrally managed & coordinated.
Integrated Tea Trading System allows data capture of tea from dispatch at the factory/producer to release of tea after payment of tea has been done integrates the process starting from the creation of invoices till the delivery of tea from the warehouses, enabling better control and avoiding duplication of work thus reducing time.Know More
Solutions to plug inaccuracies and subterfuges in the weighing and measuring processes of large food distribution systems that involves public and government systems.
With an overarching ambition to achieve transparency in the distribution process and ensure entitlements to rightful beneficiaries of the National Food Security Act, the end to end computerization of the public distribution system was taken up as a priority project. This covers automation of the supply chain, dynamic management (addition/deletion) of ration card beneficiaries and automation of fair price shops.
The Paddy Procurement Automation System) is an innovation that has increased the efficiency of farm to market linkage in Odisha. This system involves to end computerization of the paddy procurement and . This web based application enables transactions at a PACS in both online and offline mode.
Digital solutions for seeding, assimilation and correlation of organic and inorganic citizen/resident’s data from multiple database for authentication and ensuring benefit delivery to the last mile.
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