Identifying the fullest potential for enterprises to maximise resources, Providence Global has organised a symposium on ‘Business Sustainability with ERP’, which will be held on 30 May at Cinnamon Grand Hotel Cedar Room from 6p.m. onwards.
This symposium, which is held for the third consecutive time within past one year, will be participated by Abas Software AG Chief Operating Officer Peter Forscht. The ABAS Software AG, located in Karlsruhe, develops the ABAS Business Software and successfully distributes it in Germany and abroad together with its sales partners. The company has many years of know-how and service as the focal point.
ABAS ERP is a unique system that has opened source advantages as well. It comes with a built in proprietary database which eliminates the need for clients to invest in a database separately, the user licenses is concurrent and perpetual licensing. Abas believes in continuous development of its products and releases two new updates every year, the new Abas ERP for 2012 comes with a built in CRM with document management system and it also boasts a graphical screen editor with drag and drop features which can be modified as per the users requirements. Looking at the local partner, Providence Global, which is a dynamic software engineering, business consulting and IT services provider, enables regional clients to leverage on its expertise in the IT and consulting arenas. Providence Global has a proven track record in delivering high quality software engineering products and services using proven and industry renowned delivery model.
“Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions form the backbone of the most efficiently run manufacturing and logistics firms in the world today. ERP solutions aid in reducing operational costs, facilitating inventory management, streamlining day-to-day management, and supporting resource planning and forecasting. We would invite enterprises to take part in the forthcoming forum by joining our market leading partner in ERP,” said Providence Global Managing Director Dr. Vaz Santhosh Gnanam.