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PKL opts for R/3 ERP

In a bid to successfully integrate its IT and business operations, PKL Limited (formerly Primus Kabsons Limited), the LPG appliances SMB, has opted for the SAP R/3 ERP suite. PKL announced that Bristlecone India will be the implementation partner for this initiative.

Commenting on the migration to SAP, B Shankar, Chairman, PKL, said, “To succeed in today’s marketplace, SMBs need to run their businesses on platforms that enable them to be agile.” PKL plans to create a technology differentiator by deploying the SAP ERP R/3 suite to seize increasingly elusive marketshare and revenues. “This implementation shall form an effective support system to realise our vision.”

As the economic environment has become more competitive over the past few years, SMBs have taken an aggressive position on creating strategic applications that link directly to the top and bottom lines. “The ERP implementation of PKL is aimed at strategically aligning business processes to future directions of the company,” said Prashant Karkhanis, Vice-president, Business Development & Solutions, Bristlecone.

“Our implementation partner shall implement the R/3 ERP suite in a span of three-and-a-half-months. The solution will certainly help PKL scale new heights with the help of informed decision-making processes, better cost control, and improved supply chain management,” informed Shankar.

Bristlecone has completed the identification and requirement study at PKL, and has commenced deployment. The project is expected to go live this month.

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