PrintPack 2019: Flexibiz ERP and CRM for better management of business operations

By 09 Jan 2019

Noida-based software developer, Kiran Consultants, will demonstrate Flexibiz ERP and CRM software for packaging and labels, which helps in managing and streamlining business processes, and enables better utilisation of plant resources.

Flexibiz ERP and CRM software for packaging and labels

Gaurav Bansal, director – marketing, Kiran Consultants, said, “A print and packaging company supplying to MNC clients and having good production volumes, needs good software to manage the scale of business, satisfy the client requirements of lot traceability along with the product costing for internal needs.”

The software provides assistance in inventory management, wastage control, provides barcoded lot traceability, inline QC checks, documentation, and marketing activities.

According to Bansal, the software is specifically customised for flexible packaging, rigid packaging, product labels and holograms. “It meets the production pain points and helps in end-to-end process mapping,” he added.

It works on the Dot Net framework and has an Oracle database. It is compatible with native mobiles for Android and iOS hosted on the app store.

Flexibiz’s clientele boasts of marquee names such as Uflex, DS Group, Manjushree, Marudhara Polypack, Mewar Group, Darshan flexible and Pashupati Polypropylene among others.

Hall 3 Stall B38

With 25 days to go, the countdown to the PrintPack India 2019 has begun. The six-day show with more than 415 exhibitors and over 22,546 sqm of booked floorspace is set to commence on 1 February 2019 at the India Expo Centre in Greater Noida.

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