By 2050, the global population will reach 9 billion people and global food production will need to increase by over 60 percent in order to feed the entire population. With a one-year life cycle of crop production and limited natural resources, only so many crop rotations remain in which to improve the global production. A huge lack of knowledge in farming best practices among farmers worldwide leads towards non-profitable, inefficient, and unsustainable agricultural production. Agrivi is a global agriculture technology company building powerful farm management software that helps farmers make data-driven decisions about the way food is produced. With their subscription-based software, Agrivi enables thousands of farmers to achieve efficient and sustainable agricultural production through the ability to track expenses, fertilizer use, fuel quantity, and hours worked. In addition, other agriculture stakeholders, such as NGOs and governments who distribute this technology across their vast global networks, are able to benefit from the data Agrivi's software provides. In 2014, the company won first place in the World Startup Competition held in Seoul, Korea, and to date, Agrivi has positively impacted more than one billion lives in 150 countries.