Supply Chain is a sequence of flows that aim to meet final customer requirements, that take place within and between different stages along a continuum, from production to final consumption.

The Supply Chain not only includes the producer and its suppliers, but also, depending on the logistic flows, transporters, warehouses, retailers, and consumers themselves. In a broader sense, supply chains also includes, new product development, marketing, operations, distribution, finance and customer service.

Supply Chain Management involves following processes:

  • Integrated Planning

  • Implementation

  • Coordination

  • Control

It is the integrated planning, implementation, coordination and control of all Agri-business processes and activities necessary to produce and deliver, as efficiently as possible, products that satisfies consumer preferences and requirements.

  • Better credit facilities

  • Better quality and cheaper inputs required for crops

  • Useful weather information to farmers timely to plan their crops

  • Eliminate middlemen by linking farmers directly to consumers/retailers

  • Improve farming profitability to ensure the financial stability of farmers

  • Grower Management for Perishables

  • Commingled Stock

  • Intercompany and Intracompany Trade

  • Back-to-Back Purchase and Sale

  • Planned and Unplanned Purchase and Sale

  • Rural Sourcing Management

  • International Trade Management

  • Risk Management for Commodities

  • Commodity Sales

  • Commodity Procurement

  • Connected Agriculture

  • Farmer Portal 

  • Demand Management and Insights

  • Sales, Inventory, and Operations Planning

  • Response and Supply Planning

  • Silo and Warehouse Management

  • Transportation Management

  • Logistics Networks

The blockchain is based on a shared ledger or Distributed Ledger Technology In more simple words — it is “one big ledger in the cloud.”

This ledger contains records, transaction details and information called blocks. These blocks are immutable and tamper-proof, i.e. the data in these blocks are hard to alter or hack. These blocks hold incorruptible trust. Anyone can put anything of value on blockchain from golds to tomatoes.

Lymphate creates highly secured network (like farmers, consumers, retailers) to register and share information with maximum safety, transparency and speed. The data entered is visible to all of the elements in the blockchain. One has the freedom to approve or reject the information. Once the data is validated, it gets recorded into blocks, which gets organised in a chronological chain which cannot be altered by anyone.With blockchain technology, we can put all the information about the entire cycle of agricultural events onto blockchain to enable transparent and trusted source of information for the farmers.


Farmers can get instant data related to the seed quality, soil moisture, climate & environment related data, payments, demand and sale price, etc. all at one platform. Blockchain will help in establishing direct link between farmers and consumers/retailers. It will empowers small farmers to organize themselves and get together to reach the market without taking any help from middlemen.This will reduce the problems of low income, as blockchain will give transparency in supply chain, enabling farmers to get the real price for their produce.


Lymphate provides transparency in farmer, trusted and Reliable source of information which can connect farmers directly to the market, banks & consumers and eliminates middlemen who do profiteering at the cost of farmers due to lack of transparency in the process.


  • Smart Farming

  • Silo & Warehouse management

  • Transportation Management

  • Logistics Networks

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