Intertruck deploys Levtech ERP solutions
Dubai, February 12, 2012
Intertruck Mena, a leading trading company in spare parts for heavy and light vehicles, said it has deployed key enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions from Levtech Consulting across all its units in the Middle East.
The Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 solutions from Levtech have been implemented to help boost the company's operations in Mena region, according to Intertruck.
Following the implementation, Intertruck has been able to automate and simplify their business processes, the company said in a statement.
The solution provides accurate forecasting capabilities to better manage inventory and offer customers real-time information. Furthermore, it generates easy-to-use and periodic reporting for quick decision making, it added.
“We required a solution that provides minimal intrusion, boost operational productivity and at the same time offer better collaboration with our parent company,” explained Armand van Huut, finance director, Intertruck Mena.
“With Microsoft Dynamics, we are able to get complete visibility of our stock, better manage our inventory and finances, and simplify our processes. Moreover, it provides accurate and timely reporting to help us efficiently streamline our operations with just a click of button," remarked Van Huut.
"We enjoyed an on-time and on-budget implementation from Levtech and look forward to their continued support," he added.
Through the implementation of Microsoft Dynamics, Levtech has delivered functionality that helps the trading company achieve better agility and real-time visibility to streamline its operations and improve collaboration, said a senior official.
"Microsoft Dynamics AX offers highly configurable industry-specific capabilities to meet specific organization requirements and help companies remain efficient," noted Shajith Kumar, project director, Levtech Consulting.
"With extensive global operations such as Intertruck, organizations faced challenges in several business functions including inventory control, finance, and warehouse and logistics management," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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