Even though the number of installations is lower than that in 2015, when it served 20 print sites with its software, Vinod Nawab, director at the firm, claims that 12 installations carry significantly higher value in terms of the size of the projects as well as the diversity of applications.
Some of its recent installations include, Art-O-Print in Ahmedabad for labels, Pack N Print in Mumbai for corrugation, Digi-Offset ERP at Printland, packaging version at Vijayshri Packaging in Indore and commercial offset version at Mike Offset in Mumbai among others.
“The ERP landscape in India is changing. Today, print firms are well aware of the intangible benefits, features and applications of an ERP system. Last year, we observed that the print-packaging companies having an average of 30 to 100 employees and having two or more printing machines are now looking for an ERP solution,” said Nawab.
The company is also working on its first ever overseas project at Golden Era in South Africa.
“In 2016, Param has been able to make inroads into all sorts of print firms thanks to the flexibility of the software to serve all applications and processes. Apart from offset segment, narrow web flexo label industry continues to flourish and expand and we see immense potential for Param in this sector.”
At PrintPack India 2017, Param (Hall 3 / Stall B6) will launch its cloud version of ERP.