Kiran Consultants to display ERP, CRM and on-the-go MIS at Plastindia

Kiran Consultants at PLASTINDIA 2018 – Hall 7 Stand C9

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Flexibiz ERP's CRM on mobile app

Delhi-based Kiran Consultants has immense experience tackling the pain areas of clients in the packaging industry. The company has been serving its customers through its brand, Flexibiz ERP, since 1987. At the upcoming Plastindia exhibition, to be held at Gandhinagar, Gujarat from 7-12 February, Kiran Consultants is geared up to display a range of ERP solutions for managing the overall workflow of a packaging plant. The Flexibiz ERP solution can efficiently handle packaging jobs like flexibles, labels, cartons, lamitubes, woven and non-woven sacks, and rigid packaging. Other solutions from the company on the display will include CRM, a marketing software and mobile apps for MIS on the go.

“Flexibiz ERP is increasing its hold in the Indian packaging industry as well as abroad. The solutions under the brand are well-suited for different packaging requirements like flexibles, labels, lamitubes, cartons, woven and non-woven sacks,” says Gaurav Bansal, director, Kiran Consultants.

With Implementations underway at the Delhi-based DS Group’s packaging division located in Guwahati, the company has served Darshan Flexibles from Mysore and many other majors in the industry. In addition to Indian clients, Kiran Consultants is also closing some interesting deals with clients across the globe. Flexibiz ERP offers an exhaustive range of user-friendly solutions to manage materials, book orders, accounts production and waste efficiently.

Managing waste and downtime

The solution can manage not only waste and downtime but also keep track of real-time production, thereby making it a highly viable and cost-effective solution in an ever-growing competitive market. According to Bansal, “The solution being industry specific, it helps in appropriate material management along with bar-coding of the inventory, creation of detailed work order, inline production and QC process wise, waste and downtime analysis process, auto-weight capturing, PLC integration, scheduling of the production order and process machine, lot traceability, post-sales customer complaint booking and many other features.”

Apart from ERP, Flexibiz also offers industry-specific CRM solution to manage the marketing activities, which works on both desktop and mobiles/tablets in an integrated manner. This helps in effective management of leads, pre-sales estimation, generation of quotation,

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tracking of inquiries, GPS location tracking of marketing reps and much more. To name a few, Kiran Consultants has provided its CRM solutions to companies like Monarch Graphics, Zedpack, Bankey Bihari Packaging, and Marudhara Group. Flexibiz CRM is offered as SaaS service, helping clients to start using the solution with no hardware investment and minimalistic training.

Talking about the USP of Flexibiz, Bansal states, “The biggest advantage with Flexibiz is that with years of industry experience, we are well versed in handling the pain areas experienced by the manufacturers. Flexibiz has captured all the necessary inputs required to run the solution perfectly in the packaging segment, which automatically guides them to improve their processes. Our customers get industry-specific solution, latest technology and mobile apps, which enables them to keep a track of their production in the factory from time-to-time, in a cost-effective manner.”

Tradeshows being the best platform for interactions and exchange of ideas, the company chose Plastindia for reaching out to a wider set of audience. They will be present at the Plastindia exhibition at their Stand C9 Hall 7.

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