Delhi/NCR-based Kiran Consultants is gearing up to participate in the PrintPack 2019 exhibition (Hall 3 Stand B38) where it will display its Flexibiz ERP and CRM solution. “In the last edition of PrintPack, we had a very good show – we expect the same this year as well,” said Gaurav Bansal of Kiran Consultants. “Recently we participated in Indplas Expo organized by Indian Plastics Federation held at Kolkata from 30 November to 3 December 2018. It was a great exposure for our solutions in the north-east market,” he added.
The Flexibiz ERP features various modules including Production Software Managing Inventory, Order Booking, Production Planning, Billing, Lot Traceability, Plant Audits, and Billing & Accounting. Meanwhile, the CRM can facilitate new lead generation, marketing/sale representative performance tracking, and sales quote management.
Kiran Consultants has implemented its ERP in leading companies such as Uflex Group, Manjushree Group, Mewar Group, DS Group, Darshan Flexibles, and Marudhara Polypack, to name a few. Recently, the company has also added a leading label converter to its list of clientele. Bansal informed that the implementation of the ERP for this new client will be completed by March 2019. Additionally, Kiran Consultants has also implemented its FlexiBiz ERP at six woven sacks manufacturing plants across India.
Bansal informed that Flexibiz ERP is suitable for flexible packaging, rigid packaging, product labels and holograms. “In addition to mitigating production pain points, Flexibiz ERP provides end-to-end process mapping. It provides proper flow of information among departments right from order booking through procurement to production to dispatch. In addition, the business intelligence engine of the ERP gives trends analysis to suggest patterns, alerts to users to better manage day-to-day operations.”
“We welcome everyone to visit our stand to know about our solutions to get help in Inventory Management, Wastage control, Barcoded Lot Traceability, Inline QC Checks, documentation, and Marketing activities,” Bansal concluded.
— Pranay Mathur