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OCM India implements Datatex NOW ERP solution
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Nov '13
OCM India Limited, is a leading men's apparel fabric retailer and offering quality suiting fabrics in all wool and innovative wool blends with multiple other fibers.

OCM, located at Amritsar, Punjab runs a completely vertically integrated fabric plant operating production facilities converting wool tops to finished fabrics through dyeing, spinning, weaving and finishing processes.

Earlier this year OCM selected the NOW ERP solution from Datatex to be implemented by Infinite computer solutions, Bangalore.

Infinite Computer Solutions (India) Limited, started the implementation on June 01, 2013 and as scheduled, OCM went live on October 01, 2013.

Infinite deployed Functional Consultants specifically from the worsted Industry for this esteemed project while OCM deployed a full time core team comprising functional leads from all departments.

The implementation included Datatex NOW across the functionalities of Database, Sales, Planning, Manufacturing / production, Purchase / Materials, Costing, Quality Management, Plant & Maintenance, Warehouse management, External Order management, HRMS & Payroll with integration to SAP FICO.

Datatex is the world's leading provider of ERP solutions for the textile industry, with over 400 customers in 42 countries. The Datatex NOW suite which includes all required textile application functions, is a web based system written using state of the art J2EE Java standards.

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