New Delhi : Sage India, today announced that Bollhoff Fastenings India, a wholly owned subsidiary of Bollhoff Germany, has successfully deployed Sage Accpac ERP.
Bollhoff Fastenings is a leading supplier of fastening, assembly and systems technology and products. While the company headquarters manufactures the products, the Indian subsidiary is involved in import and sale of fasteners and assembly products to automobile majors, automobile ancillary units and industrial machinery majors and vendors, through their head office in Delhi and their branch offices and representatives in Bangalore and Pune.
Since their inception in India in February 2007, the company has been witnessing growth and expansion in its business and is now actively looking at making inroads into the industrial infrastructure and government sectors.
The Challenges Bollhoff was facing was to cope with the growth. For them tracking of inventory status across multiple warehouses was very difficult. They were using manual process for counting and valuation of large number of very small products. They were not even able to get any real-time visibility into credit history during repeat customers’ billing. It was very difficult to generate monthly reports comprising data from multiple databases in the prescribed International format.
Mr. Jagdish Keswani Managing Director, Bollhoff Fastenings, says, “As our customer base grew in size and the orders became more complex and random, we needed robust, modular and scalable financial and operations software that could tightly bind the various aspects of our business together and evolve as per our requirements.”
“I was very clear about the features we wanted in the ERP product to address our requirements and when I came across Sage Accpac through Across Domain, the solution implementation partner, I was immediately interested,” added Mr. Jagdish.
The benefits Bollhoff Fastenings has derived is the real time view of stock availability and customer credit history has resulted in reducing errors and reorders during the sales process. Reports are generated automatically in the required format using predefined formulas. Consolidated view of company finances enables better budgetary estimations.
“We are very focused on this segment and have built up significant domain expertise with our implementation partners across India. Sage believes in adding value to its customers and will continue taking a ‘solutions approach’ to address the needs of this segment. It is a tried and test product, which is why we have a number of customer-wins in India for Sage Accpac ERP. This is a unique offering from Sage and differentiates us in the marketplace for small and medium businesses,” said, Thomas Abraham, Managing Director, Sage India”.
Sage Accpac is a highly scalable and modular ERP application that provides robust financial & accounting support and real time inventory control and visibility. It also supports multiple currencies, features a strong reporting tool and comprises of modules that are very tightly integrated with each other so that a small change in one module results in a corresponding change in the related fields of the other modules as well.
Bollhoff has decided to implement a 3 user package of Sage Accpac comprising of System Manager, General Ledger, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Order Entry, Purchase Order, Transactional and optional fields, multicurrency as the major modules.
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