e-Krishi is a novel ICT initiative in the sphere of agricultural trade implemented by the Kerala State Information Technology Mission(KSITM), the apex ICT implementation agency of Kerala working under the Department of Information Technology. The aim of the project is to address the gap in the flow of agricultural information and transaction management. The vision of the project is to establish a community of connected farmer’s throughout Kerala who have access to information on market demand, prices, good agricultural practices, quality agricultural inputs, expert advice supported by a technology enabled robust transaction platform that facilitates all their agricultural activities. The project was piloted in Malappuram district during January 2006 to June 2009 under the UNDP funding. After the successful implementation of the pilot project, rolling out of the project to a few more districts has been done. In this backdrop, the present study made an attempt to analyse the impact of the project in the light of its vision and objectives. Of the seven districts in which the e-Krishi Project is now in operation, we have selected Malappuram district for this case study as it is the district in which the pilot project was carried out. The revelations of the study are, however, reflective of the state as a whole.