The Agriwatch portal project is characterized as a knowledge hub in the agriculture sector in India. It actively compiles, generates and disseminates agro-related information through various media including publications, web portal, email, SMS, audio-visual and events. The e-information services of Agriwatch include Real-time quotes from various national and international updates, policy, weather, agro-inventions etc. national exchanges, commodity price charts, news, commentary, market prices.
Information and communication gaps are a serious matter in the field of agriculture in an agriculture dominant country like India. Agriwatch primarily aims at filling out the information and communication gap that exists in various sub-sectors of the Agricultural Economy in general and Agricultural Commodities trade in particular. The Company makes use of the latest developments in information and communication technology such as Publications, Online Information Services like Web Portal Updates, Research Reports, and SMS alert for this objective.
ORGANISATION Indian Agribusines Systems Pvt. Ltd.
CONTACTSunil Khairnar, 011-39564126
LANGUAGE English, Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati,Kannada, Tamil, Telugu,Malayalam and Bengal
|The Online Integrated Computerized Systems|
The Online Integrated Computerized Systems (OICS) covers Milk Procurement, Marketing, Sales Distribution, Cattle Feed Management, Materials Management, Maintenance Management, and Document Management, Human Resource and Financial Accounting and other dairy activities. The product is pivoted around 8 major modules comprising on an approximate 1000 data entry forms, 120 query forms and 1500 reports. It is estimated that more than half million records are created each day in the computerized systems at different places.
Keeping track of dairy activities involving dairy population, units, quantity and quality, records, facts, figures is a gigantic exercise. The Online Integrated Computerized Systems (OICS), Sumul Dairy is helping to use data generated at 1004 village level dairy co-operatives collecting milk from 2,14,415 members, spread over 7,65,759 Sq. Km area for various analytical purposes. Geographical Information System (GIS) is integrated with OICS to keep track of animal population, animal diseases, milk route transport management; cattle feed utilization, milk procurement and other veterinary services. The online platform is using swipe card and biometric technology, M-service communicator (SMS Gateway), Vigilance survey system using IP cameras and Digital Video recorder for dairy development and monitoring purposes.