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Infinite launches Rapid NOW ERP for textile & apparel SMEs
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Sep '14
Infinite Computer Solutions, a global service provider of IT services, product engineering services, mobility & messaging platforms and solutions, and business partner in India and Asia Pacific for Datatex, has launched Rapid NOW, an unparalleled ERP solution for small and medium textile companies.

Network Oriented World (NOW) is a web-based ERP which manages end-to-end business processes across all textile chain segments. The Rapid NOW ERP solution is one of the pre-configured instances of Datatex NOW ERP solution based on Infinite’s decade long implementation experience at big and small organizations. These instances are ready to be implemented within a few weeks which allows customers to enjoy the benefits of the solution in the shortest possible time.

Rapid NOW ERP solution is available in five unique instances to cater to specific requirements of textile and apparel industries which include Rapid NOW_Spinning, Rapid NOW_Weaving, Rapid NOW_Knitting, Rapid NOW_Processing, and Rapid NOW_Garmenting.

By adopting the Rapid NOW ERP solution, textile companies will be able to implement the best features of one of the world’s leading textile ERP along with the typical Indian requirements like multiple taxes, Excise Invoice, and Export Invoicing procedures involving Letter of Credit (LC) and Custom Invoices.

“This initiative of Rapid NOW is interesting as a world class ERP is being implemented in few weeks. This kind of implementation model was much awaited in textile and apparel organizations across the world. It will be specifically useful for small and medium industry sectors,” Mr. David Vider, Area Manager, Datatex for Asia Pacific, explained to fibre2fashion.

The head of Datatex at Infinite Computer Solutions, Dinesh Singh Banshiwal says, “At Infinite Computer Solutions, we have implemented ERP and other IT solutions across all the textile supply chain segments like Fiber Manufacturing, Spinning, Knitting, Weaving, Processing, and Apparel Manufacturing in multiple sub-verticals including Denim, Worsted, Non-Woven and Home Textiles.”

“Some of our esteemed customers in the Indian subcontinent are Arvind Limited in Ahmedabad and Bangalore, Vardhman Spinning and General Mills across multiple locations in India, Shahi Exports in Karnataka, SEL Manufacturing Limited across multiple locations in India, Bombay Rayon Fashions Ltd in India, and Jay Jay Mills Lanka (Pvt) Ltd in Avissawella, Sri Lanka,” he adds.

About Datatex
Datatex is one of the global suppliers of IT software solutions for textile and apparel industries, with the largest installed base of textile software with customers in 42 countries across 5 continents.

About Infinite
Infinite is a global Information Technology and Operations solution provider with expertise in Platformization, Application Management, Infrastructure Management, Product Engineering Services, Next-Gen Messaging Platforms and, Enterprise Mobility Solutions.

With a global team of around 5000, the company partner's with Fortune 1000 companies from Telecom, Healthcare, Media and Content, Energy and Utilities and Financial Services verticals helping them achieve objectives through flexible engagement models including risk-reward, revenue share engagements, global delivery from eight delivery centers around the world, technology & domain expertise and process excellence. (GK)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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