Established in 1997, Canpac has recently expanded its set-up with a four lakh sq/ft land, on which stands 1.5 lakh sq/ft plant, in Ahmedabad's Bavla Taluka. The company converts 1000 tonnes of paper and paperboards per month with a manufacturing facility for carton packaging.
Vinod Nawab of Param ERP said, "The kind of business growth we are expecting in coming years against the world business trends, I feel, the Indian printing industry is getting the attention of all world leaders in Print ERP. But where Param ERP scores over others is, they have to think from an Indian perspective in order to feed the specialised volumes in the MSME category."
Ayush Jain of Vijayshri Papers Products who have been Param users since 2010 said, "From the very first day of installation, this system has made planning and estimation, very easy and precise. A good feature about the software is the instant recall and breakup of costs. We are benefitting from the live update of the paper stock that it provides."
The Indore-based firm has benefitted on the production and QC front too. As Jain said, "This has been a great platform to integrate the departments of our organisation. With live reporting of the shopfloor, we are much more confident in providing accurate lead times to customers and vastly improve our service quality."
Vijayshri has recently installed Param's full-scale upgraded version.
Param ERP has a system because of which an Indian print firm can enjoy slab rate facility, as well as compare hourly rates. As Nawab said, "Once can see cost of materials involved versus price being charged for any operation."
Some of Param's clients are: Art-O-Print in Ahmedabad, Concorde Entreprises in Vadodara, Jaipur Printers in Jaipur, Multiplexes in New Delhi, Print Pack, Sama Printers in Nepal. The company claims it has 100 clients.