EPPS Infotech Launches New-Age Mobile ERP Platform For SMEs

EPPS Infotech Launches New-Age Mobile ERP Platform For SMEs

Mumbai, Jan 6: EPPS Infotech, a new-age start-up in the ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) landscape today announced the formal launch of its indigenously developed ERP solution devised on the aspects of agility, efficiency, customizability and scalability. The solution, while catering across to all industries irrespective of the size of the organizations, specifically focuses on addressing the needs of the SMEs (Small & Medium Enterprises), who otherwise have a very limited access to advanced technologies in this field.

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EPPS’ ERP solution aims to address the latent demand of enterprises that are presently sandwiched between using either a modestly developed ERP solution offered by domestic players or premium priced solutions offered by global MNCs. EPPS’ value proposition comprising of a competitive price as well as product innovation promises to auger well to the overall business interests of the enterprises in general and SMEs in particular.

The most noteworthy feature of EPPS’ new-age ERP solution is the mobile ERP functionality; a feature that till now is not offered by even the premium priced ERP solutions from global MNCs. The mobile ERP solution offered by EPPS will enable quick decision-making even while on the move – ‘Business Anytime Anywhere’ redefined. The competitive price point of the EPPS solution will extend the reach of mobile ERP feature beyond the large enterprises to even the SMEs.  The solution works seamlessly across all prevalent OS (operating systems), browsers and smartphones as well as tablets.

Asheer Kapoor, Managing Director, EPPS Infotech commented, “ With the launch of our ERP solution, we aim to further drive  the Digital India and Make in India initiatives announced by the government of the India to the extent of making it inclusive and accessible for the SMEs as well. We are confident that our foray in the new-age ERP space will usher in new industry benchmarks and apparently benefit the interests of the end-user.”