Start planning on the move!
Pune-based startup creates mobile extension to ERP solution
Kalyani Nagar, Pune start-up EPPS Infotech, has carved a niche for itself in the intensely competitive arena of ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning). It has crafted and launched an ERP solution focussed on addressing the needs of small & medium enterprises for whom global solutions like SAP and Oracle would be an unaffordable overkill.
The company was co-founded in 2011 by entrepreneur Asheer Kapoor and technologist Atul Pimple. Asheer studied Electrical & Electronics Engineering at Bharati Vidyapeeth Pune and brings some 18 years of experience in business management, including ownership of Pune based companies like Poshs Soma Packaging & Logistic and Poshs Metal Industries. Atul holds a Mechanical Engineering degree from Sardar Patel College of Engineering, Mumbai and was trainined in Oracle and Networks & Solutions at IIT, Kharagpur. He has some 14 years of ERP experience, having worked for clients like Cox & Kings, ICICI, Birla Cellulose, PT Indo Bharat Rayon, and Grasim Industries
EPPS’ ERP solution is known not just for its affordablility, but for its innovative mobility feature, something that has not been offered by even premium ERP solutions. The EPPS ( it stands for Enterprise Process Protocol System) solution enables quick decision-making even while on the move — ‘Business Anytime Anywhere’ is its mantra. In a short time it has earned many loyal clients including the Alta Moda chain of textile stores in Indonesia. The solution works seamlessly across all prevalent OS (operating systems), browsers and smartphones as well as tablets.
Says Managing Director, Asheer Kapoor: 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.”
Originally published on The Golden Sparrow