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Epicor’s Dubai ERP partner starts Indian operations

By Digital Edge Bureau, 20.04.2018, 14:30
 
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Officials from Epicor Software and Index InfoTech at the inauguration ceremony

In a new move, Index InfoTech, the Dubai-headquartered ERP (enterprise resource planning) implementation partner of Epicor Software Corporation, formally starts its India operations by opening up an office at Pune. David Mehok, CFO (Chief Financial Officer) for Epicor, has inaugurated the Pune office.

Specializing in the field of manufacturing, distribution and services industries, Index InfoTech has been a leading implementation partner of Epicor’s entire range of enterprise software applications including its flagship ERP systems in the markets of Middle-East & North-Africa (MENA) as well as North-America.

As part of the agreement, Index InfoTech will drive business growth for Epicor by acquiring new customers, delivering implementations in line with industry best practices, and partnering with customers to achieve their long-term growth ambitions. Index InfoTech would offer the Epicor ERP solution to midmarket manufacturing, distribution and services companies in India.

“This is great to see an increased focus from the government on strengthening the manufacturing sector with initiatives like Make-in-India,” said Thiru Vengadam, Regional Vice President for Epicor Software in India. “Given the increased momentum in the manufacturing sector, we look forward to partnering with Index InfoTech to provide ERP solutions that assist companies to grow through the use of technology. Epicor ERP is a great fit for midmarket manufacturing companies in India looking to grow”, added Vengadam.

Murtaza Ezzi, CEO, Index InfoTech, viewed, “Building on our long-term regional partnership with Epicor, we’ve now embarked on a global growth strategy. With the aim to further strengthen our delivery capabilities, we’ve expanded operations, and we’re now establishing our first office in India in Pune. We’re excited to continue to partner with Epicor to offer our customers an ERP solution that will help them take advantage of growth opportunities in this region.”

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