Digital Transformation of Agribusiness in Latin America and the Caribbean
To contribute to the transformation of the agribusiness industry, this study is designed to identify firsthand the state of Digital Transformation in the Latin American and Caribbean regions. The countries and regions it focuses on were determined based on the value of production, land area, volume produced, the value of exports, and the GDP of the agricultural sector. The selected countries are Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Paraguay, and Peru, and encompass important crops such as Cereals and Oilseeds, Sugarcane, Avocado, Berries, Grapes, Coffee, Citrus fruits, Tomato and Cacao.
The main objective of this study is to provide findings, insights, and recommendations that contribute to the Digital Transformation of the sector to benefit regional productivity and global relevance and to impact the economic development of the region and wellbeing of the agribusiness population. By understanding the main benefits that Digital Transformation brings to the organizations in the industry, the study intends to promote a wider and faster adoption of digital technologies that result in increased benefits for the private business in the region.
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