SatSure is a decision analytics startup, working on solutions at the nexus of sustainability of enabling technology access for financing sustainable development, food, water, and energy security programs globally.
WRMS (previously known as Weather Risk Management Services) is a pioneer of smart & sustainable farming in India. It was incubated by IIT Kanpur in 2004 with investments from SIDBI & IIT Kanpur. Over the years we have received investments & grants from UPL, ILO, and the Ford Foundation.
We leverage information communication technology and financial innovation to help farmers enhance productivity, gain a guaranteed income, and practice sustainable farming. Over the years we have built a strong reputation for performance and reliability through our work across 22 states in India and 15 countries across the globe.
We take pride in the income guarantee that we have created for over 2 million farmers through our collaboration with the Central & State Governments and renowned brands like Pepsico, WWF, World Bank and HDFC among others. What makes all this possible is our 500+ team of multi-disciplinary experts across Agricultural Science, Data Science, Meteorology, Actuarial Science and Information Technology.
“KARABI Software is primarily involved in digitally transforming data at field level and integrate it centrally to provide real-time analytics , reports and make it available for other application to interact. In agriculture space it has done remarkable job by integrating more than 2000 FPOs which involves more than 8 lakh members across INDIA in 29 states for NABARD.
i-FPO application suite is a unique approach by Karabi software which transforms FPOs to Smart FPO by digitally integrating all the FPO processes (member management, land and crop management, accounting, inventory/stores,branches, market linkage etc. ) and make it available globally for various different agencies like lending agencies, market , vendors, government agencies, warehouse , storage , laboratories and universities and various other organisations”