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Kingslake and Infor to host two seminars on 14 February

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Kingslake together with Infor, is hosting two seminars on 14 February, at the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce, Navam Mawatha.

The morning seminar on Supply Chain Execution (SCE) is aimed at helping warehousing and third-party logistics (3PL) service providers in Sri Lanka.

Infor SCE is a powerful end-to-end platform that balances supply and demand to optimise inventory, service, and performance across the supply chain. Director Channel Sales Rajeev Ganju and Infor Supply Chain Specialist Charles Barrett will be speaking on global challenges in supply chain execution and how they are addressed by the evolving role of warehouse management.  “Warehouse operations, under pressure, are going through massive disruption globally.  Due to operational inefficiencies many businesses are under threat. Visibility and collaboration from planning to execution is key. A well-implemented Supply Chain Execution solution can help businesses make better decisions”, says Kingslake Director Mohamed Naeem. 

The afternoon seminar on Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) is aimed at facility managers, service providers, building owners, and maintenance engineers – all those who have a vested interest in effective cost management, long-term asset value, regulatory and SLA compliance, transparent operations, and an efficient workforce that creates quality service.

This session will also be addressed by both Ganju and Barrett. “Infor EAM provides proper facility and enterprise asset management to reduce downtime – by scheduling preventive maintenance and streamlining purchasing and procurement, maximising the reliability and performance of assets. It will also facilitate prediction of equipment failure, tracking labour costs and compliance with strict legal and environmental regulations,” says Kingslake CEO Duleep Fernando.

Ever since Kingslake set up business in 1994, they have focused on providing software to help mid-sized companies grow. Kingslake has done this by delivering state-of-the-art solutions built with a mix of best-of-breed ERP systems, specialised software solutions and experienced dynamic consultants.

Kingslake continues to build and deliver fit-for-purpose software to enable customers to increase the visibility of their operations, be it customer service, inventory, planning, procurement, manufacturing, engineering, HR, transport or finance. Kingslake develops and delivers its solutions using cloud and cognitive technology with OPEX based subscription pricing to offer a rapid return on investment.

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