New ERA Labels installs Param ERP – Hall 3 Stand B6

L–R: Tulasi Chitta, management executive, Golden Era; Vinod Nawab, director, Param; and Karishma Bhagwan, finance manager, Golden Era

At PrintPack 2017, Indore-based Param ERP will be present at Hall 3, Stand B-6. Param ERP closed a few big deals in the last quarter, selling as many as 12 ERP software packages. Although the number of installations was less than the 20 installations in 2015, Param director Vinod Nawab says the 2016 installations were of significantly higher value in terms of the size of projects as well as the diversity of applications.

Recently, the company signed a deal with New ERA Labels, a Golden Era group of companies, to streamline its operations with Param’s Label Enterprise Resource Planning software. Sumit Chakraborty, regional finance manager and ERP project lead at Golden Era said, “With growing demand and the steady growth of our group, ERP was inevitable. We did not have any ERP in the production environment prior to Param. We were looking for a package that would be customizable, user-friendly, and easy to integrate with our existing systems.” The first phase of execution has begun and is expected to go live on 1 March 2017, with one of the companies within the group.

“We have high expectations from Param ERP. In the initial phase, we look forward to eliminating bottlenecks in production planning and sales. With Param ERP, we see potential savings in manpower in production planning and execution stages,” added Chakraborty.

Golden Era is the first overseas deal for Param ERP. “We are quite exited about the deal. It is an interesting project for us; we did gap analysis and defined the scope for the project. An implementation plan has been submitted to meet deadlines and the development work is going on at a great pace,” said Nawab.

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