Present in more than 20 countries, Liberali has just taken another step towards consolidating its internationalization. From now on, B1Agribusiness®, a suite of various agribusiness verticals complementary to SAP products, will be called Farm4all®.
The change of the B1Agribusiness® nomenclature to Farm4all®, according to Liberali’s CEO, Régis Liberali, is part of the company’s strategic planning. “We want our product to have a greater international reach, so we decided that it was time to modernize its name as we needed a strong, simple and wide-ranging name”.
Now, Farm4all® follows the same strategy of serving SAP Business One natively, as we already have it on the Web platform, running on all Browsers and integrating with other SAP ERPs and also a Mobile platform, running on Android like IOS.
“We consider it as an advance in the company’s internationalization process, as well as, it will facilitate our communication with national and international customers, envisioning new business opportunities, as our goal is to expand our offer to countries that we do not yet serve, as well as increasing new ones. languages ”, emphasizes Régis Liberali.
In Brazil, the greatest demand from customers is for solutions aimed at large crops, such as soybeans, corn, cotton, oranges, sugarcane, livestock and coffee, while abroad, fruit is the leader. “There is a great demand for fruit, but it is not the only one, poultry and swine are very much in demand by our customers abroad. As an example, in January we started the process of implementing our agricultural module in Africa, more precisely in Liberia to supply the culture of the African Palm, which shows that 2020 is an intense year with great challenges”, stresses Régis Liberali.
Liberali has been in the market for over 18 years, headquartered in the Brazilian Midwest, with branches in Bahia, Minas Gerais and São Paulo, markets, implements SAP solutions and develops solutions for agribusiness, thus bringing the best management tools to those who it seeks more agility in implementation, ease of use and good practices in routines.
Its portfolio today comprises 24 agro-industrial management software solutions, most of which have already been translated into Spanish and English, with several implementations abroad, serving the international market with 43 international partners, it also has four certifications and two Innovation awards with SAP Brazil and SAP Global.
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