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ESS to offer ERP for Rs 3.5 lakh

Eastern Software Systems (ESS) will offer ebizframe, an indigenously developed ERP solution, at only Rs 3.5 lakh for Indian SMEs across industry verticals like auto ancillary, garments, manufacturing, chemicals, retail, food processing, and light engineering. According to ESS, streamlining of business processes to increase business efficiency, and greater cost control are the two important benefits of using ebizframe.

Oracle for mid-sized companies

Oracle India announced the launch of the Oracle E-Business Suite Special Edition for APAC in India. This pre-configured package of Oracle E-Business Suite applications is designed specifically for Indian companies that have a turnover approximately in the range of Rs 25 crore and Rs. 400 crore. The package comprises key modules of the Oracle E-Business Suite, including applications for sales order management, inventory, purchasing, CRM, sales and service, discrete and process manufacturing, financial management, and business intelligence.

Tyco introduces Intelligent Networking

Tyco Electronics says it has just implemented 'India's first intelligent networking solution' at WNS Global Services, a BPO firm with offshore delivery centers in India. The deployment of the solution, called AMPTRAC, would help WNS Global Services to monitor and manage the growing networking functionalities at their new site in Mumbai.

 
     
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