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Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, 2008/05/28 - Continuing its implementation spree in the manufacturing sector, SYSTIME, has clinched yet another deal to implement Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne for Naga Limited, India. BSE: 532400; NSE: KPIT
This business win further reinforces SYSTIME's status as one of the largest JD Edwards practices in India. In addition, SYSTIME is an Oracle Certified Partner.
SYSTIME has been awarded the Naga Limited contract because of its track record, functional expertise and understanding of Oracle software. SYSTIME will implement Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne finance, distribution and manufacturing applications at Naga Limited.
Established in 1962, Naga Limited has grown into a conglomerate over the years, with diversified interests that include flour mills, soaps and detergents, chemicals, minerals, windmills, entertainment and research and development. The company has manufacturing units in Dindigul, Vedasandur, Trichy and Chennai. Its list of clients includes Hindustan Lever Limited, Britannia and Parle, among others.
Midsize manufacturers continue to achieve success relying on JD Edwards EnterpriseOne based upon the integration capabilities, deep vertical functionality and industry best practices the applications provide. Furthermore, JD Edwards enables manufacturers to effectively manage core business processes and inventory, thereby reducing wastage, costs and time-to-market.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne will enable Naga Limited to gain greater control over productivity and achieve maximum return-on-investment (ROI) at a low total cost of ownership. By embracing this new JD Edwards EnterpriseOne system, Naga Limited will gain a distinct advantage over its competition.
Maurice D'souza, Vice President - International, SYSTIME, said, “This business win is another example of SYSTIME's reputation as the most reliable JD Edwards EnterpriseOne implementation partner and our endeavor will be to ensure that the implementation results in maximum profitability to our client.”