Value Proposition

Finding a value proposition for the purchase or implementation of new technology is considered the starting point in the decision-making process for the uptake of digital technologies in Agriculture. A value proposition outlines how a product performs a task or solves a problem more competently than the existing process.

Example value propositions include better monitoring practices for animal location and health status or improving fertiliser or chemical application and timing for greater impact. At the management level, this might include reduced or more effective labour allocation, improved safety, improved data management, input efficiencies and lower wastage.

Where to start

Knowing where to start can be overwhelming. There are many options, providers, and considerations before installing AgTech in your business.

For a comprehensive ‘how-to’ guide, follow the link bellow to agtech finder’s ‘Getting Started with AgTech’. Here you will find a step-by-step outline of the key factors to consider prior to purchase, tips for finding the right vendor and much more to get you started on your journey.