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FiNAC ERP creates a footprint in India with Star Boxes


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Datamation Systems Managing Director Fazal Issadeen (right) shakes hands with Star Boxes India Managing Director Huzaifa H. Abdulhusein. Others from left are Star Boxes India MIS Manager Kawminda Helaruwan, Datamation Systems Senior Project Manager Asha Kannangara and Project Cooridnator Sahendra Morugama

 

Star Boxes India Ltd. is one of the largest corrugated carton manufacturers in India and has displayed a compelling growth trajectory since its inception in October 2007. The company takes pride in its product range of corrugated boxes achieved within a short span of time. The accolades the company has received from its customers speak volumes about the product’s quality and the service provided. The company has established high quality standards in its manufacturing process and has earned the goodwill for its “On Time Delivery (OTD).”

As a progressive corrugation box manufacturing company in India, Star Boxes India recognised that they needed an equally state-of-the-art ERP system to bring together all elements of their operations from finance, inventory control to production planning. A professional team of consultants from Datamation Systems Ltd worked with the management and staff of Star Boxes India to provide an integrated ERP solution to achieve Star Boxes ultimate goal of becoming a lean enterprise organisation that would lead to better value creation for the clients they serve with minimal waste and processes.

FiNAC ERP for Corrugation is a seamlessly integrated system designed for the industry, supporting the complete business process - from pre-costing, estimating, quotation and order confirmation to the automatic generation of job orders/production orders with real-time job updates as well.  The solution is specifically designed to simplify and streamline processes across multiple locations supporting multi-currency environments. Star Boxes India Managing Director Huzaifa Abdulhusein stated Star Boxes needed a scalable solution with “out of the box” functionality that could accommodate our current and future needs. We had a look at a long list of competing ERP’s. FiNAC’s wide and broad features and functionality stood out from the rest. FiNAC was an easy choice. Star Boxes has been using Datamation’s FiNAC ERP for the past 3 years. We have found that both their software and support have been timely and efficient. The staff there are professional and coordinated well with Star Boxes in India by resolving issues in organised and professional manner.

Datamation Systems has been successfully providing business solutions since 1986. They are a software development firm with a mission of providing innovative services and solutions and a vision of serving clients locally and across the globe. They have experience in catering to more than 25 vertical markets, with over 6 million man hours of pure ERP experience, over 400 satisfied clients and 1200 modules successfully implemented across 3 countries. FiNAC is currently planning on its second implementation in India for Regal Pack Boxes India Ltd.

 


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