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Param boosts MIS installation in 2016

21 March 2016

It’s probably safe to assume that the Indore-based company Param is continuing with its impressive march based on the number of MIS installations in 2016. Since notching up 100 installations 12 months ago, the company headed by Vinod Nawab has been consolidating its presence in the market. According to Nawab, further, nine companies have opted for MIS from Param in the first two months of 2016.

20160321104157param (l) Nawab: "We have more than 15 MIS in different territories in the last three-four months"
These include Mike Offset, Sweta Packaging, Udpack, Mudrika Labels, Hira Prints and Pack N Print in Mumbai; Jain Offset in Surat; Akruti Offset in Pune; Anderson Printing House in Kolkata.
 
Nawab said, “Apart from these we have confirmation for two label ERPs in Delhi plus a print firm in Kerala.” The Param team comprises of 15 persons and “before we confirm new installations, we would like to finish the tasks on hand.”
 
Param ERP’s USP is their level of customisation acceptance, stated Nawab while talking to PrintWeek India during a Chennai trade show. Param provides specific solutions to individual printers and converters. The Param ERP provides the printer with features wherein one can estimate the cost of multiple contents of packaging jobs, publishing jobs, commercial jobs for multiple quantities at a time. 
 
To list certain customisations; quote at any place without disclosing basic price structure, multi-company options to run on a single network, grid rate structure for book publishing houses, ink kitchen module, customer register/login page and job uploading facility on website; request a quote facility on website with integration of costing tool at server. 
 
“We have more than 15 MIS in different territories in the last three-four months. We want to support them and customise them. In some cases, like Vijayshri Paper Products in Indore, we are working on an upgraded offset and corrugation system with a combined ERP along with new features,” Nawab added.
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