Marudhara Polypack implements Flexibiz ERP at multiple units

Noida-based Kiran Consultant gains another user

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Mahesh Purohit and Suresh Purohit of Marudhara Polypack Industries

Marudhara Polypack Industries recently implemented Kiran Consultant’s Flexibiz ERP software at three locations—BOPP laminated woven sack plant in Noida and Jodhpur, and at its eCommerce packaging division in Jodhpur. Prior to the new implementation, the company had been using ERP solutions from a different vendor for many years. According to Suresh Purohit, director of Marudhara, the old ERP solution had integration problem and did not match the business process of the company. “That is why we opted for Flexibiz
ERP. After using Flexibiz ERP for the last 3 months, we have realized the difference it has made with its user-friendliness and productivity. Any layman with basic knowledge of ERP solutions can gain expertise in the Flexibiz with just 4-5 days of training.”

original1.828829.1Started in 1982, Marudhara Polypack Industries manufactures HDPE/PP woven sacks, BOPP and paper bags. The production facility in Jodhpur is spread over nearly 3 acres and employs around 400 workers. All units are fully integrated; for instance, right from the granules, which are procured from Reliance, Gail, Indian Oil, etc., and are processed into tapes or films, and then processed into final products. “We only deal with corporate clients, which include names like Supreme Industries, UltraTech, etc.,” says Purohit.

Mahesh Purohit, heading the Jodhpur production plant shares, “The new ERP has helped us in our procurement and production planning in a great way. We are now able to have a better end-to-end process management. Our users are elated and appreciating the way processes are now being taken control of. We have witnessed significantly increased productivity with the implementation of the new ERP system. With each passing day the confidence and user adaptability on the system is growing.”

Kiran Consultant has significant expertise in ERP solution and provides advanced level business applications to leading industries from diverse industry segments. The company also holds equal expertise in developing estimation software for the packaging industry (flexibles, cartons, lamitubes or labels), and is working towards making it more resourceful to its customers. Gaurav Bansal, director of Kiran Consultant commented, “Flexibiz is developed after a lot of research, and we are glad that the software is at par with international software available in the market. The solution is time proven, offers end-to-end coverage, and is well supplemented with CRM and a mobile app. It can handle all kinds of pain areas of packaging, be it laminates, pouches, lamitubes, blown film, woven sacks, cartons, labels, pet containers, or others.”

Speaking about Kiran’s association with Marudhara, Bansal says, “It has been a pleasure working with the Marudhara team. We appreciate the knowledge, skill and zeal of the team in adapting to a new system. The dynamic IT team of Marudhara also deserves special mention for their effort to resolve user-level issues at the production floor, which has less tech-savvy employees. The IT team helped in training around 40 users from various departments. We wish them well for better running of the organization and exponential growth in the near future.” At the upcoming PackPlus event, which will take place in Delhi from 3 to 6 August 2017, Kiran Consultant will live demonstrate its ERP solution at Hall 12 Stand 12.

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