UserEase to set up channel for its ERP solution

DQW Bureau
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Delhi-based UserEase Software is looking at expanding its reach and going beyond the Delhi market for its Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution for garment exporters. Called GEMS, the products in its latest avatar is the work of three years of development. The company however had developed its first DOS-based package for the garment exporters way back in 1982. 

Working with over 200 exporters in and around Delhi, the company is now looking at appointing channel partners. "There is an immense potential to be tapped," said Sudhir Arora, Director, UserEase Software. While the company is looking at, at least one partner per state by the middle of next year, it would focus primarily on Maharashtra and Southern India. "These states have a lot of action happening in garment export," added


The company officials are currently busy addressing responses gathered from their recent participation in Gartex. "It is time to expand also because we cannot address more than ten to twelve new clients every year," said Arora. The company also has a few solutions deployed overseas and has a presence through its partners in the US, UK and Canada. "We will also aggressively build our presence in Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka now," he informed. 


To ensure that the software meets the needs of its target audience, it is made flexible enough to integrate virtually any database at the backend. The solution has over a thousand-report format, over 500 entry forms and over 350 relational entities.

Interestingly training on the product is a part of the curriculum at the National Institute of Fashion Technology, New Delhi.

Mohit Chhabra