Agritech startup AgNext opens branch office in Gurugram

Agritech startup AgNext opens branch office in Gurugram
Powered by deep-tech solutions, AgNext is using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for instant quality assessment of food commodities to enable quality-based food trade

With the aim to expand its footprint across the country, AgNext Technologies, one of India’s leading agritech companies, has recently opened its branch office in Gurugram, Haryana. The company, currently headquartered in Mohali, Punjab, has started its operations in Gurugram with a focus on business growth and expansion.

Powered by deep-tech solutions, AgNext is using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) for instant quality assessment of food commodities to enable quality-based food trade. AgNext’s full-stack platform ‘Qualix’ enables food quality management and monitoring solutions for increased quality control across the food supply chain.

Underlining the objectives of the launch of operations from Gurugram, Taranjeet Singh Bhamra, Founder & CEO, AgNext Technologies said, “The start of our Gurugram office marks the beginning of the next phase of our growth story. In the past five years, we have built one of the biggest commodities portfolios in AI-based food quality assessment and established our presence in the major food trade markets across the country. The new branch office will allow us to meet the increasing demand for our products and services. A central market like Gurugram will allow us to cater to more geographies across the country and help facilitate a larger client base. We will be expanding our teams across all major verticals by tapping into the immense talent pool in the Gurugram city.”

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“This year, we will open up more branch offices in major cities of India to support our accelerated growth. We, at AgNext, pray to the universal force to push us to deliver our focused mission of delivering quality food for billions,” he added.

AgNext is also looking to expand internationally, with plans to start operations in the Middle East and other South Asian markets. AgNext Technologies has innovated full-stack solutions, based on a unique integration of adaptive hardware, integrated software, and data analytics, which aim to solve quality-related issues in the post-harvest agriculture value chain. By developing technologies for standardising food quality using AI, AgNext is bringing trust, speed, and transparency to the agriculture value chains.

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