Kiran Consultants with ERP and CRM Software at Printpack India 2019

Hall 3 Stand B38, India Expo Centre, 1-6 February 2019

Kiran Consultants

At the Printpack India 2019, which takes place from 1-6 February 2019, Kiran Consultants will be present in Hall 3, Stand B38, India Expo Centre and Mart in Greater Noida to meet target clientele from the labels and cartons segment.

Kiran Consultants will showcase its ERP and CRM software solutions for the print and packaging industry along with subscription-based CRM solution over cloud. These software help in plant audits, wastage control, lot traceability, inventory management, and marketing activities.

ERP is useful for manufacturers of flexible packaging, lamitubes, blown films, labels, retort pouches, and 3D pouches. The system platform is .NET as the front-end and Oracle 11g as backend. It runs on Cloud and can be accessed on mobile and tablets on the move. The software modules can be fully integrated with each other and cover all production processes like printing, lamination, slitting, rewinding, pouching, packing, and extrusion. It is suitable for units engaged in rotogravure printing, flexo printing, extruders, convertors and laminators.

Cloud CRM is the perfect solution for flexible packaging, lamitubes, cartons and labels, which covers all pre-sales and post-sales activities. The software is suitable for flexible packaging, pouches, sleeves, labels and carton manufacturing. It helps in job estimation of laminates based on material structure, ink and adhesive GSM, freight, insurance, export benefits, finance costs, cylinder amortization charges, and packing expenses. For carton job estimation, it calculates requirement of number of sheets/boards based on number of ups per sheet. For label job estimation, it computes square meter of paper required based on number of labels, labels size, gap and wastage percentage.

Gaurav Bansal, director – marketing, Kiran Consultants says, “Trade shows are very important for the growth of the company. These platforms build an ideal ground for the supplier and buyer to interact, where the buyer can see what the market can deliver while the supplier can better align himself to the buyer’s needs. Printpack 2019 is a very good platform for us.”

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