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TCS's SME to provide necessary BPO support to The Loot
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Aug '09
Mr. Jay Gupta (MD)
Mr. Jay Gupta (MD)
The Loot, India's largest discount retail store chain, with over 110 stores across India and offering customers a number of International and domestic brands under one roof, has tied up with Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) to implement their SME ERP solution in order to streamline and bring efficiencies to its business, which will benefit not only the Company but also its customers and franchisees.

The Loot has been a part of the trial phase of TCS's SME vertical roll out for the Retail sector. TCS will provide The Loot with necessary hardware (desktops, laptops), network (bandwidth and equipment), common office related software, common business package (finance, accounting, CRM, HR, payroll) and also will assist in any new relevant connection with its diverse requirements.

The final straw is the core vertical application which includes inventory management, point of sales, and other applications which are usually part of an ERP solution. In addition, TCS will also provide business analytics solution and the necessary BPO support to The Loot.

Says Mr. Jay Gupta – MD The Loot, “The need of the hour was to have a robust transaction management system and a wide platform to run the operations. We were looking for a solution that would bring all of our businesses and processes together. After a comprehensive evaluation of different options and software companies, we decided to look at the ERP solution by TCS.”

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