Parmeshwar Patidar: People have realised the value of automation of processes
Parmeshwar Patidar, Indus Analytics says, "We planned to cover 100 installations of Indus Print ERP till June before the lockdown, but achieved the target with a slight delay in November".
01 Feb 2021 | By PrintWeek Team
2020 in review
Before the lockdown, we were at 71 installations. We completed nine installations online during the lockdown. Post-lockdown, we have crossed the 100 mark.
Doing business during pandemic
During this period, we have seen a big shift is seen in the industry and a change of mindset — from commercial to packaging, online demos, and meetings, digital marketing. People now realise the value of automation of processes to increase productivity and quality.
Plans for 2021
With the work culture shifting from face-to-face interaction to online interaction, we are implementing Indus Print online. This is a fantastic and adaptive idea. Users can learn it along with their daily work and implement the process slowly. This saves clients cost in terms of time and money. And they get live support for teething issues while implementing the process.
Most popular kit in 2020
Indus Print ERP Estimo is the most popular kit in 2020, because it provides quick and AI-based planning and costing in seconds. It is also easy to use and implement, and is available with the cloud option, user can do the auto layout planning, estimation, quote management, sales order, and job card quickly, it supports commercial, packaging, corrugation and flexo label in a single page.
Vyoma Graphics and New Jack Printing Press invested in their new company Vyjack Print Pack in Bhiwandi with a complete folding-carton packaging set-up with 50,000-sq ft facility. It also invested in complete Indus Print ERP to draw a perfect process flow from scratch to measure the ROI of the new company.