Infor, a provider of business application software serving more than 70,000 customers, has launched Infor SyteLine in India.
This ERP application features role-based information, a personalized user interface, flexible cloud deployment options and unlimited growth potential for discrete manufacturers. When deploying this solution, manufacturers can better coordinate demand and supply, optimize business processes, shorten time to market, reduce costs and improve productivity.
“SyteLine was first launched in 1986 and therefore has 25 years experience built in. With this latest version Indian manufacturers can expect to see enhanced distribution, finance and inventory functionalities in addition to pre-defined “roles” for accessing data even from a mobile device,” said Souma Das, VP of Sales and managing director for Infor in India, in a statement.
Das said that there is greater control of serial numbers with this offering, allowing such items to be back-flushed. Customers and vendors can therefore easily track and manage consigned inventory, which is getting more common in today’s manufacturing and distribution environments and particularly in industries like high-tech and electronics.
"The increasing complexity and competitive pressures of manufacturing pose a tough requirement on today's manufacturers, driving them to improve efficiency and innovation," said John Bermudez, vice president, ERP product management, Infor.
"We chose Infor SyteLine to achieve better materials requirements planning which in turn helps achieve 100 percent on-time delivery performance and better control over ever increasing inventories,” said Neelesh Musale, director, Magnum Forge & Machine Works Pvt. Ltd – one of the companies in India to implement the application.
Musale said that the ERP application was chosen to enhance the customer service; preserve cash-flow and to overall boost the company’s manufacturing productivity.
“The ability to design the system specific to individuals’ s roles throughout the organization is also a critical benefit for our users,” he concluded.
Edited by Jamie Epstein