SunCulture success story: Remove labor to let water flow


"Work smarter, not harder" has become the motto of the digital age. Yet in some parts of the world where modern technology is not accessible, hard, manual labor is the only choice people have to get things done. For example, in parts of Africa where running water is not available, farmers like Monica must manually extract water from a well and distribute it amongst her family, crops, and animals. This isn't just exhausting but also extremely inefficient, and can lead to small yields for such an extensive level of effort. To make matters worse, seasonal changes greatly impact the amount of water available, making life for people like Monica that much harder. So, how can you leverage the power of modern technology to help these farmers produce more food and secure a better future? Watch this video to learn how SunCulture is using solar energy to bring hope and prosperity to Monica and more farmers like her in Kenya.
Peter Heinicke

Peter Heinicke

Chicago area ERP consultant with over 40 years of experience in Sage 300, Sage Pro, Quickbooks ERP and other systems

Related posts

SunCulture success story

If you're reading this, then chances are that getting easy access to clean, running water isn't an...
Continue reading

SunCulture: Helping to weather the dry seasons

Sometimes, having access to the right data at the right time can enable life-saving decisions. If...
Continue reading

Empowering independence for farmers

Modern technology has enabled farmers to obtain impressive yields that sustain entire populations...
Continue reading