Cambridge-based agritech company KisanHub has raised around €1.2 million for its ‘seed to sale’ connectivity platform that is accelerating the pace of digital transformation of the agri-food industry. KisanHub’s supply chain management platform makes use of big data and machine learning in order to help growers, field staff, procurement managers and management teams make informed decisions.
The funds will be used to help the company accelerate its business in the UK and Europe, and further promote the values of sustainability in food supply chains with the support from government investors.
Founded in 2013, KisanHub’s technology helps to address key logistical bottlenecks. KisanHub’s cloud-based enterprise platform focuses on crop intelligence, supply chain intelligence, integrating data from crops, stores, load dispatches, satellites and field sensors in order to help businesses meet contractual obligations on quality and quantity of the produce. It translates raw and complex food supply chain data sets into actionable transparent insights, and overall improves the flow of information within the supply chain.