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Those of you who are working in MNCs and FMCGs know exactly how invaluable Enterprise Resource Planning or ERPs are to the daily operation of the company.
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is a business management software — usually a suite of integrated applications — that a company can use to collect, store, manage and interpret data from many business activities, including: product planning, cost and development, manufacturing or service delivery, marketing and sales, inventory management, shipping and payment etc.
Currently only a handful ERPs are available in the market including SAP, Oracle etc. There are some locally developed ERPs as well. But they are not suited for all sorts of businesses.
Recently a new ERP named BizRP has been developed and launched by some local talents.
BizRP is a product from KaritKarma Ltd. It can handle assets, resources, supplies and logistics, inventories, sales, taxes, finance issues.
KaritKarma’s MD and CEO Lutfar Rahman Nirjhar claimed that this ERP solution is probably the most affordable service that money can buy.
He also added that it is the only fully functioning Cloud based ERP Platform built in Python 2.7 and 3.x with Flask.
“We have our data center with own infrastructure. As a result the data that you store is completely safe. Banks, financial institutes, FMCGs and SMEs can easily avail our service.”
Being a cloud based solution the end user can avail the service using a basic computer or even a smartphone. All you need is a decent internet connection.
Nirjhar started developing BizRP back in 2010. It took him near about four years to develop it. Now it’s fully operational and anyone can start using it. All you need to do is subscribe for at least five accounts. It will cost you only Tk. 500/- to subscribe per account per month.
Already Karitkarma has captured a good volume of the business in Dhaka, Nirjhar said.
They also have gone international; currently they have clients in Middle East and North America, he added.
When asked about his future plan with BizPR, Nirjhar said that he plans to reinvent the way people manage business in Bangladesh and worldwide.
By 2016, he plans to launch BizRP in 50 countries.
For more visit: http://karitkarma.com