Finsys at IndiaCorr Expo 2017

Mahavir Bafna

Established in the year 1992, Finsys Infotech is a renowned ERP solution provider for mobile phones and iPads. The company currently serves more than 250 clients and has presence in over 525 factories in India, Africa, United Arab Emirates and United States of America. 

The fact that Finsys is cementing its foothold in the country is clear from the addition of 31 plants in the past one year alone. The company is currently working towards offering innovative software solutions for Android, iOS and barcode usage. It is also offering solutions for GST to a number of companies. One of the most gratifying experiences for Finsys was to serve Webtel Electrosoft for their GSTIN portal connection.

At the recently concluded IndiaCorr Expo, Finsys received a satisfactory footfall. For Finsys, the event is a significant one as it serves as the right platform for meeting, interacting and maintaining relationships with existing customers, showcasing customized solutions to potential clients and gauging the competition level in the market.

The company has evolved over the years, thanks to the guidance and innovation from its core management team from over 500 factories in India. The consulting team is backed by experienced chartered accountants who help in getting the right solutions faster.

With so much happening to help push the company on the growth ladder, we checked if the recently implemented tax structure and demonetization left any impact on their business. Sangeet Gupta, director of Finsys Infotech shared, “Both GST and demonetization have been a double-edged sword. This has unsettled the unorganized sector a bit. They might be forced out of the organized sector whether in FMCG, automotive, chemicals or any other business. This has opened a wide range of opportunities for players from the organized sector.”

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