Information Technology (IT) has changed the way farmers do business. IT has changed the fundamentals of business, from labor and labour-intensive services to information management. The work required for information technology and the technology itself is changing the social system of an organization. One of the key business competitiveness is Information technology, Organizations that can not adapt to rapid technological change can not survive in the markets of the future. Information technology is no longer in its early stages, but signifies a superior evolution phase.Cloud computing provides customized software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions that help farmers better manage their crops and activities. A business application precisely for agriculture. As an example, Granular delivers cloud applications for farm management to support farmers to create business plans, budgets and production plans.Farm-specific software could also manage the workforce more effectively, and track progress. There are also mobile task management and data integration tools to measure machine operation and production. Granular delivers analysis software to support farmers track the costs, produces and profits of recognised levels. This is the same technology used by many companies, but customized for agricultural production.Farmers are looking for information that could help them with less resources and less impact on the environment. Internet of things – Measuring the composition of water and soil in the form of cheaper sensors – could help them. So far, better information has provided better returns for farmers because that is the main thing they measure. With sensors, better information can enable farmers to use water and fertilizer more efficiently. This means higher profits, less waste, less fertilizer in lakes and rivers, and less water. Sensors can help farmers build their own soil and open vast amounts of carbon flux data to better understand what can be done to leave greenhouse gases in the soil and release it into the air.FieldScripts measures and analysis soil data such as temperature, nutrient and nutritional health to support farmers to apply the right fertilizers and optimize irrigation to farms. The process, through analysis to promote smallholder data-based agricultural practices, improves agricultural productivity and reduces the waste of input.FieldScripts practises prevailing data and analytics competences to transform farmers into knowledge-based communities with the goal of improving output over accurate information. Which supports to correct irrigation and control the needs of each plant.Businesses will no longer be working as usual. The emphasis will be on the speed with which information can spread throughout the organization and the importance of information. To remain competitive, farmers will need to integrate more information technology while better understand the importance of information and its links to work processes and productivity.Information Technology will help farmers, stakeholders and businesspersons to growth efficiency of food production. From precision agriculture to an efficient food supply chain, Information Technology can bring significant economic, social and environmental benefits. In fact, pure optimism through the ecosystem.