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FarmERP, Seiyaj Tech Sign MoU to Scale Impact

by Madaline Dunn

Agritech solutions provider FarmERP has signed an MoU with Seiyaj Tech, a Saudi Arabian tech company focused on localising green energy technologies from international companies.

The MoU will see FarmERP leverage Seiyaj Tech’s business network and local expertise to expand its influence and impact in Saudi Arabia.

According to FarmERP, it has developed tailored solutions to meet the specific needs of the region’s agribusinesses. Its platform integrates precision farming techniques and AI-powered FarmGyan advisories, which aim to enhance resource efficiency, boost crop yields, and foster more sustainable agricultural practices.

The deal comes against the backdrop of an intensifying climate crisis in a region on the front lines, where climate change is taking place at an “accelerated pace.”

Indeed, the agriculture sector in places like Saudi Arabia is already battling against extreme weather, water scarcity, and limited resources. However, in a country which relies on imports for around 80 per cent of its food, rising temperatures place further pressure on food security.

Commenting on the partnership, Santosh Shinde, COO and Co-founder of FarmERP, said: “By leveraging Seiyaj Tech’s local expertise and extensive network, we are confident in our ability to deliver impactful solutions that enhance productivity, profitability, and sustainability. This partnership will enable us to provide the necessary tools and technology to help Saudi agribusinesses thrive and contribute to a more sustainable agricultural sector.”

Meanwhile, Sanjay Borkar, CEO and Co-founder of FarmERP said that the collaboration signifies a “significant step” forward in its mission to transform agriculture in the region.

“With over a decade of proven expertise in the Gulf, FarmERP is well-equipped to address the unique challenges faced by Saudi Arabia’s agribusinesses. Together, we aim to drive innovation and support Saudi Vision 2030 for a sustainable agricultural future,” said Borkar.

Hussein Ali Al Khars, CEO of Seiyaj Tech, added: “Our partnership with FarmERP aligns perfectly with our commitment to bringing advanced technological solutions to Saudi Arabia. We look forward to working together to provide more robust and valuable offerings to our customers, ultimately enhancing & upgrading the agritech landscape in Saudi Arabia.”

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