Kochi firm helps corporates grow with ERP solutions

Our Bureau Kochi | Updated on May 12, 2011 Published on May 11, 2011

The Kochi-based Team Frontline Ltd has implemented Microsoft ERP solutions and CRM solutions in many leading corporates in the State, thereby enabling them to takeoff with fast-track growth initiatives.

Mr S.R. Nair, Managing Director, Team Frontline, said that ERP and CRM provide business intelligence to decision-makers to enable them to tap newer business opportunities, penetrate markets and manage exponential business growth. The company is in negotiation with Kerala's leading brand makers to rollout enterprise solutions in the organisations, he said.

The company's unique propositions in ERP implementation are cost effective implementation; industry vertical solutions; domain expertise and local support. TFL has 15 Microsoft certified ERP and CRM consultants on n its rolls, in addition to 15 software developers for customising solutions to fit specific user requirements, he added.

ERP helps in proving integrated automation of all organisational functions such as manufacturing, materials and purchase, sales and marketing, distribution, logistics and retails, HR and payroll, financial accounting and other vertical functions such as quality, maintenance etc; whereas CRM enables the company to be in continuous touch with customers and enables a 360-degree customer view for tapping newer business opportunities.

Mr Ajay Gopinath, Vice-President in charge of Enterprise Solutions Business, said that Microsoft ERP products such as Navision, Axapta and MS CRM solutions have grown exponentially in the market place, taking leadership position in many industry segments. The unique feature of Microsoft ERP solutions is that it is focussed to fit the expectations on growth oriented corporates in cost and requirements. Many corporates worldwide are taking advantage of Microsoft ERP solutions in their growth strategies, he added.

Published on May 11, 2011
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