Novar India completes Ramco ERP implementation
Chennai based Novar India (formerly known as MK Electric), a leading company operating in the field of Low Voltage Electrical, Voice & Data and Power Management Products in India, has successfully completed the implementation of the Ramco Discrete Manufacturing suite. The implementation, covering a manufacturing facility in Chennai and eight sales offices spread across India, was started in January this year.
Commenting on this recent success, Mr. Chetan Pathak, Head - Marketing and Alliances - India Operations, Ramco Systems said, The short time span of the implementation phase is a significant achievement for Ramco Systems and Novar India. It is a clear reflection of Ramco e.Applications ability to address the unique requirements for micro verticals of the electrical and electronics industry. Further Novar was convinced with the productivity tools of Ramco e.Applications, which would give them the power to adapt the product to changing business needs in the future.
Mr. Parasuraman R, Managing Director, Novar India Limited and Chairman of CII Southern Region said, We found that Ramco Systems offered us a greater degree of fitment in addressing our business needs and Indian localization. In our quest to remain competitive in the Indian market, we decided to leverage on the benefits offered by implementing a time-tested and proven enterprise application, Ramco Discrete Manufacturing suite of Ramco e. Applications which provided us the highest quality, cost effective solutions.
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