Technology is one of the key points that moves Brazilian agribusiness and one of the issues to be worked on in the 4th edition of the National Congress of Women in Agribusiness – CNMA, which takes place between the 8th and the 9th of October at the Transamérica Expo Center, in São Paulo (SP). The event in 2019 has the theme “AGIR – Global Action: Network Integration” and should bring together approximately two thousand participants.
When it comes to technology for agribusiness, management solutions are essential for the development and growth of the business, be it rural property or resale. Technologies that help to boost the business, minimize costs and that allow the entrepreneur to have more control over his enterprise will be some of the points presented by about 20 startups during the 4th CNMA, among them the Mato Grosso Liberali, specialist in management software and SAP partner.
The consultancy from Mato Grosso specialized in technology for agribusiness will be present at the event with the solutions SAP BusinessOne, B1Agribusiness, B1ACM, B1Coop and Resenda Agrícola, AgriByDesign and Farm4all, two solutions aimed at companies and customers that have SAP BusinessByDesign and SAP S / 4Hana.
“Liberali is a company that supports the participation of women in the countryside and knows how much they have to contribute to the development of Brazilian agribusiness. That is why we are returning this year to the National Congress of Women in Agribusiness ”, points out Edith Freitas, Relationship director at Liberali.
In 2019, according to CNMA organizers, the event will present perspectives on the eight agribusiness production chains, in response to a request from participants in previous editions. Panels will be held on the topics of cotton, coffee, meat, grains, milk, forest, horticulture and the sugar and energy sector.
“CNMA has the strength of women in its DNA, so we seek, through our programming, to offer participants a democratic and open environment so that they can exchange experiences and express the difficulties they face in their daily activities”, says Show Manager of the event, Renata Camargo.