The company's inception happened during March 2012 with the aim of developing ICT products for the farming sector. Today, the stakeholders can independently use our products to realize their software requirements. Sativus, Yaksha and DESEE Force are set to revolutionize extension services, businesses, research activities and policy decisions. These are powerful, yet simple to use and affordable products, which is changing the way ICTs are used in the present farming scenario.
To digitally support every stakeholder operating in the global farming scenario
To provide equal opportunities for small and large agri-businesses to harness the digital power
To empower researchers with digital tools for collection, processing and archival of data
To enable smooth forward and backward flow of data to strengthen the extension systems
To create a data-driven environment for policy decisions in the agricultural sector
"Crop health management impacts human health and nature. It is a great responsibility to strategise management plans."
"If agriculture is a passion, then I am a passion designer, and Tene is the perfect place for people like me."
Raghu B N,
Agri content manager
"To be correct about the economics and ecology of farming is a critical and tough job. I love the challenge it offers"
Nethravathi S P,
"Working towards sustainable food systems, nutrition aware processing and closing the nutrient loop"
Director (Business Development)
"Agri-business comes with great responsibilities — farmer welfare, consumer wellbeing and a sustainable environment."
"Tene's objectives are aligned with the welfare of the farming community. Leading Tene to its objectives is my goal"
"Developing a digital ecosystem centred around the farmer is a highly rewarding challenge in front of me."
IT Development Support
"India lives in villages. Creating ICT tools for agriculture and rural communities gives me great satisfaction."
"Small landholder farmers should benefit from software systems. This is the dream I work for everyday."
"Managing farm data means managing enormous variation. Deriving patterns from data brings the best in me."