To Farmers & Franchise Partners:
We have added a new feature, public search, to Zenvus Boundary. Many of you have asked for a public way to authentic and validate your property reports [this does not substitute your government data if available]. Our farmers want ways to authenticate the survey reports before partners [for example, you want to simply show the existence of the farmland, location and size to an investor, etc].
This feature is now activated for all Zenvus Boundary Pro administrators (i.e. franchise partners). You should share the link with your farmers. Once you type the report SB code (the Zenvus code), the record will appear if we have the code in the system. To ensure privacy, search works with only Zenvus codes and not the names of the owners of the properties. Everything is done on real-time connecting to the Zenvus engine.
This is how the search outcome looks (see below). It does not provide the full survey report. It simply confirms the existence of the Zenvus code in the system and the name of the person the specific code is associated with.
By next week, the new feature will go fully public, and that means it would not require login for anyone with the SB code to search the records. We are testing to be sure the spam blocker is working well before public release.
Zenvus Boundary maps farm boundaries and populates them via GIS on Google Map where the survey maps can be printed in our portal. Farmers do this without any external help. And when done, register with their cooperatives which help them ratify the boundaries with governments. We use this to formalize farmlands and enable financial inclusion. Below is a sample result which the farmer can take to a bank as collateral for loans.
A farmer upon using Zenvus Boundary can download a PDF of the farm boundary report (sample below) in Zenvus account. The Zenvus Boundary Pro enables cooperatives or unions to have their logos and names emboldened in the reports for each member farm. We have some franchising opportunities here.
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