A major highlight is its penny plain working. It can work with any Android or Windows phone or an iPhone, with an internet access.
The launch event will be held at the TGIP factory premises today (10 June). Prashant Tikmani, managing director of TGIP, will be the chief guest at the occasion. Around 50 people are expected to be present during the installation.
TGIP, a corrugation major in India, is a 33-year old company, with fully automated machineries producing more than 33,000 tons of corrugated boxes every year.
Introducing the ‘artificially intelligent’ business application software for the first time in India, Finsys’s director, Sangeet Gupta said, “Our new ERP can do a physical verification of kraft paper reels in the godown, directly with a regular mobile scan on barcode of these reels.” Integrated with the main Finsys’s ERP system, the new software can detect if a paper reel is missing or is in excess.
The software is conceptualised after studying the present godown scenario of the corrugation industry, which, by and large, is unorganised. “Dependent on manual resources for physically checking and noting down the reel number, most of the companies today still use handwritten records or excel files. Only some large companies have ERP and MIS software. But, the question of whether the stock details are correct, still looms,” explained Gupta.
Along with corrugators, this software can also be used by the flexible packaging converters.
Established in 1992, Finsys, the comprehensive ERP software company is presently serving 250+ corporates. The company has done successful installations at 458+ factories in India, UAE and US.