Epicor Software Corporation announced a new partnership with Agelix Consulting India (Agelix), a consulting and technology firm. As part of the agreement, Agelix will resell and provide consultancy services for the global enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, Epicor ERP, to customers preparing for growth in the manufacturing sector in India.
Agelix specializes in strategic consulting, technology, and outsourcing services across vertical markets, with a focus on improving efficiency, reducing cost, and increasing profitability for clients. Agelix, which already has an ERP stronghold in the US, will utilize its domain expertise in the manufacturing, supply chain, service and distribution areas for the Indian market. Agilex has successfully delivered end-to-end ERP implementation for key customers in the US including Webco Manufacturing, Lanco Holding Group, and Tico manufacturing. Agilex will focus on acquiring new customers for Epicor ERP in the manufacturing sector, providing a complete range of services from system requirement assessment, solution consulting, through to project management, implementation, and support. Epicor will support Agelix with sales enablement training, marketing, and professional services training.
Hesham El Komy, regional vice president, MEAI, Epicor Software for Epicor Software, commented, “This new partnership will enable Epicor to meet an increasing demand for ERP solutions among midmarket manufacturers in the region. Technology in the manufacturing sector is evolving at a tremendous speed, helped by the Government of India pushing for more Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) which generates transfer of new technology in manufacturing for domestic production. We believe the combination of Agelix’s knowledge and expert services combined with Epicor solutions will be a great fit for Indian manufacturers that want to digitalize and modernize their businesses.”
Abinash Parida, CEO, Agelix, said “The innovative and modern technology platform that Epicor ERP provides is well-suited to helping local manufacturers prepare for the future and grow their businesses.”