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One of my colleagues is quitting his job from eresource. People quitting their jobs in IT firms in search of more green pastures are a normal practice.
“I am going to join in some bigger ERP brand,” he said.
“You are already working in one of the most reputed ERP brands in India, eresource, where your scope is wide and I doubt whether you will get same kind of exposure in your new company,” I tried to make my concern.
“Yes, I can understand that and I was reluctant to accept this offer initially. However the offer looked little attractive with some international exposure in new industrial segments, I have tempted to accept it,” he said.
I wished him all the best for a better future.
Like I said earlier, he was my colleague for five years. Though he has not deployed many projects as of his own during this period, he carries a good knowledge of working methodologies of an enterprise solution.
I can still remember his initial days in eresource. His first assignment was Fairfield Engineering project. From the ERP implementation perspective, it is the one of the most complex ERP projects that has been carried out in the history of eresource.
FairField Engineering is owned by Masrani Brothers. It was Mr. Ravi Masrani, son of Mr. Jagdish Masrani, who initiated the implementation of an ERP system in Fairfield. He was a young graduate from a UK University. When I first spoke to Mr. Ravi, he stated that he has evaluated SAP, Ramco and eresource among other vendors. Being a brand conscious, Mr. Ravi was consistently referring about leading ERP brands. Our continued and convincing deliberations with Mr. Ravi made him understand the technological advantage of eresource and he has finally made the decision go with eresource ERP. A right decision, indeed, I will say.
During the course of our conversation Mr. Ravi once mentioned that there were no recruitments in FairField for last 20 years. Though we couldn’t believe his comment at first, it was true. The last person recruited in Fairfield was about 20 years ago, eventually making all staff of Fairfield the most seniors and indispensible in their own area of work. Senior staffs were from the old school of thoughts and were rigid in adapting new technology or migrating from legacy system. It was difficult to break the ice but our team, including the colleague who left now, did a great job and finally made eresource ERP live in Fairfield.
After Fairfield the last project he carried out was IIEC. The company is owned by Mr. Nadeem Ahmed. I did the pre-sales to IIE and during the process I was introduced to Nadeem. As we moved closely, I have realized that Mr. Nadeem is also very brand conscious man. He drives Mercedes Benz S Class, writes with Mont Blanc, wears Rolex watch. When first met him, Mr. Nadeem was on the verge of finalization with SAP, probably because of his brand affection. But after a quick demo of eresource he realized that it beats all ERPs by all parameters and decided to go with eresource. The project implementation of IIE took close to one year to go live. I am glad that Nadeem felt eresource is a best bet among other ERP products.
We must admit that it makes us more proud when people who are true brand conscious, opting for eresource, a brand that has made its own stamp in its own way in ERP space. Come to think of it, brands are made through its relentless performance and in that case eresource is a brand that stands at first, if not second.
My personal preferences towards brands are limited. If you ask me to name a brand that I can’t do with is my toilet soap, Lifebuoy. No other soaps give me the hygiene feeling that Lifebuoys gives. Comes in a simple paper packing with smooth smelling, it is the one item that I carry with me on my trips. I don’t carry arrays of cosmetic items with me, not even a shampoo. For that matter I never use shampoo except when stays in a five-star hotel. Believing in getting my full money’s worth, I take the shampoo out of all those little plastic bottles and use it, plus aftershave, plus everything that I could put my hand on.
What I like about Lifebuoy is its smell. Smell of honest and hard-working people. When I was very young, I have seen people working on paddy fields on scorching sun. At the end of day, they will take their bath in open pool next to the paddy field, covering with form of Lifebuoy soap all over their black body. After bath, when they pass close to us, the children playing near the field, I could feel the fresh smell of Lifebuoy soap emitting from their bodies. Smell of honest and hard-working people.
eresource ERP solutions aim to lower total cost of ownership delivered through its web-based application. eresource understands that established processes and an integrated approach to leveraging technology are vital for the growth of any business unit. eresource ERP solution can efficiently handle a company's core and support business functionalities. It can also make a large difference in improving its ROI (return on investment).
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