Param displays ERP solution

Customizable information system

Vinod Nawab, director of Param ERP, at IndiaCorr Expo 2015. Photo PSA

“The IndiaCorr Expo 2015 event is beyond our expectation. Coming to the exhibition we have discovered that there are many corrugators who also have offset presses and are looking for solutions to integrate their offset presses to corrugators. I am really happy that I got the opportunity to interact with these customers,” said Vinod Nawab, director of Param ERP. “We have received some serious enquiry for our ERP solution.”

Nawab said, “Customization is our strength and we have the capability to understand the pain areas of our customers which lets us come up with the best customized solution for them. We are driven by changing trends, users feedback and market demands. Today our clients are happy with the solutions we are providing and that is our biggest ROI – the number of customers are increasing at a good pace and today we have a wide presence across the country with more than 100 customers.”

According to Nawab, Param’s ERP system serves all functional activities of a printing and packaging organization such as human resources, customer relationship, account software or seamless integration with Tally, sales and marketing and purchase management. Param’s major packaging clients in Western India are Canpac Trends, Art-O-Print and Creative Printers of Ahmedabad, and Rainbow and Crystal at Mumbai. In Bengaluru it has Brindavan, Sonika Graphics and Adroit Offset, while in Kolkata the big customers are Nextgen, Avail Printers and Sneh Comprint.

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