Developed by an industry team that brings together experience from the commodity trades and CTRM system development, Agiblocks is a new approach to managing the increasingly complex business of commodity procurement and trading. As Bart Kroon, Agiboo’s CEO and Jan van den Brom, a Managing Partner at the company explained exclusively to C&CI, many CTRM software packages available on the market today evolved from a client/ server background. This means that they are based on solutions that were developed around a specific commodity, or group of commodities. For the user, this all too often means that the software has a number of weaknesses that reflect how and why it came into being.

Developed by an industry team that brings together experience from the commodity trades and CTRM system development, Agiblocks is a new approach to managing the increasingly complex business of commodity procurement and trading. As Bart Kroon, Agiboo’s CEO and Jan van den Brom, a Managing Partner at the company explained exclusively to C&CI, many CTRM software packages available on the market today evolved from a client/ server background. This means that they are based on solutions that were developed around a specific commodity, or group of commodities. For the user, this all too often means that the software has a number of weaknesses that reflect how and why it came into being.

Agiboo’s approach

Agiboo’s approach is rather different – Agiblocks was designed from the outset to be modular in nature, with an emphasis on flexibility and functionality. As Mr Kroon also highlighted, whereas in the past many CTRM solutions were difficult and time-consuming to install – and often needed a fair amount of customization once installed – Agiblocks was designed with ease of implementation firmly in mind.
The success of the company’s approach – combining ease of implementation, easy reconfiguration, availability and a modular, flexible solution – is apparent immediately on using the software. Agiblocks looks and feels different to most CTRM software that users in the coffee and cocoa sector will be used to. The home screen is reminiscent of Windows 8 and has a feeling of familiarity about it.

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