Kiran Consultants promotes software solutions for packaging industry

End-to-end mapping solutions

Gaurav Bansal and Vaibhav Bansal of Kiran Consultants at PackPlus 2018

At the recently concluded PackPlus 2018 in New Delhi, Noida-based ERP solutions provider Kiran Consultants promoted its production as well as marketing software. These software solutions provide end-to-end mapping solutions for flexible packaging companies, label convertors, woven sack manufacturers and carton makers.

“These software solutions not only help in plant audits and in-line QC checks but also in wastage reduction and therefore increase employee performance and enhance the company’s brand value,” says Vaibhav Bansal of Kiran Consultants.

According to Bansal, these solutions also help in streamlining operations and support the company in handling bulk orders. “If you handle bulk volumes, there is a large probability of making errors. These solutions help reduce these errors,” he says.
At present, the company is in the process of installing these software solutions at some big companies in India. Besides India, Kiran Consultants also has customers in Nepal.

Talking about the expo, Bansal says, “PackPlus 2018 was good and we got a number of quality visitors. We are going back with some workable leads.”

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