National Agriculture Market (e-NAM) is envisaged as a pan-India electronic trading platform launched by Government of India on 14th April, 2016 with the objective of creating online transparent competitive price discovery system to facilitate farmers with remunerative prices for their produce. 585 wholesale regulated markets of 16 States and 02 Union Territories (UTs) have been integrated with e-NAM platform.
As on 30.06.2019, more than 1.64 crore farmers & more than 1.24 Lakhs traders have been registered on e-NAM platform. Further trade transactions having total volume of 2,58,76,016 MT with total value of Rs.71,069 crore, have been recorded on e-NAM platform till 30.06.2019.
National Agriculture Market (e-NAM) an online trading portal was launched by Govt. of India on 14thApril, 2016.
Rajasthan Integrate Mandi Management System (RIMMS) was launched on 2nd February, 2016 by Department of Agricultural Marketing, Government of Rajasthan.
Karnataka has its own electronic platform named “Unified Market Platform (UMP)”. UMP which started it’s operation from February, 2014.
Maharashtra has implemented Computerized Auction System (CAS) in APMCs in the State since 2014.