Kiran Consultants demonstrates ERP solution at PrintPack India 2017

Implementation of business solutions in Guwahati

L And R: Gaurav Bansal, Suresh Bansal and Vaibhav Bansal of Kiran Consultants at PrintPack India 2017. Photo IPP

The company has significant expertise in ERP solution and provides advanced-level business applications to leading industries from diverse industry segments. Kiran Consultants also holds equal expertise in developing estimation software for the packaging industry (flexibles, cartons, lamitubes or labels), and is doing its best to make it more resourceful to their customers.

The company has recently launched mobile apps—for both Android and iOS—for its CRM software and has received healthy response from the market. Apart from ERP and CRM software, the company also develops key performance indicator (KPI) solutions, which are useful for eMail and SMS alerts and continuous monitoring of user-configurable parameters through dashboard and ERP mobile application.

“So far, the FY 2016-17 has been pretty good for us. After the situation getting somewhat normal after demonetization, and the GST coming up, we are getting an encouraging response from the SME segment as well because now they also want to improve their processes,” says Bansal. “Just recently we have implemented our ERP solution at two companies of Guwahati-based Manjushree Group—Manjushree Polypacks (a flexible packaging company) and Manjushree Packaging (a retail product division).” According to him, Kiran Consultants will start implementing its solution at Manjushree’s third company—Kakarania Innovative Systems (a film extrusion unit)—and initial work for the project has already been initiated.” After PrintPack, Kiran Consultants plans to participate in PackPlus Delhi, which will be held from 3 to 6 August at Pragati Maidan.

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