MHM to deploy Epicor resource solution
Dubai, July 10, 2012
Epicor Software Corporation has announced that leading Qatar-based electrical components supplier, Mohammed Hussain Al Muftah (MHM), will deploy Epicor’s next-generation enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution across its five divisions.
The move stems from the company’s need for powerful business process management (BPM) capabilities to streamline its operations and maximise efficiency across the group, a statement from Epicor said. The implementation will include ERP modules for trading, distribution, manufacturing, contracting and business intelligence.
The project will be rolled out by Ictus Projects, a leading business solutions provider and Epicor authorised partner in Qatar.
MHM has a diverse portfolio of capabilities includes switchgear manufacturing, mechanical, electrical and plumbing services, and contracting and maintenance.
“Epicor ERP is best suited to our needs as it offers a centralised system that gives us full control of our business through the integration of all areas while offering excellent security and detailed process controls,” said Ibrahim Al-Muftah, managing director of MHM, Qatar.
“MHM is capable of handling large-volume projects with minimal assistance and offers its customers unsurpassed service and quality products. This is paramount to MHM’s reputation for empowering Qatar’s electrical services industry with technical expertise, quality parts and competitive pricing.”
Anish Kanaran, regional director for Epicor, said: “Qatar is a strategic market for Epicor and the addition of MHM to our customer portfolio is another step towards strengthening our local presence.”
“Epicor ERP is the culmination of years of development. Its end-to-end features provide a dynamic user experience and robust business insights that will help MHM achieve its performance and business goals,” he concluded. – TradeArabia News Service
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