KLG launches retail operations with Sage

By : |June 29, 2006 0



MUMBAI: KLG Systel is launching its retail operations
jointly with Sage
ACCPAC
India, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sage plc.

They have announced their retail foray by offering a powerful, cost-effective
ePOS solution for the Small and Medium Enterprise segment in India.

Targeted at the SMB market it plans to deliver a feature rich application for
fast paced, high volume, multi site retail operations. This solution will give
retailers a complete view of their retail activities and inventory management.
Priced at Rs 3.50 lakhs for a single store set up it has been made available
across all major locations in India from June 15, 2006 and will prove useful to
outlets in groceries, convenience, fashion accessories, food & beverage,
speciality products and lots more.

Speaking on the eve of the launch, Thomas Abraham, MD, Sage Accpac India said,
"Retailers in India are seeking standardised solutions that are
comprehensive and integrated with an ERP. That is exactly what Sage ACCPAC ePOS
and ERP have to offer. We believe Sage ACCPAC has the most comprehensive
offering in the market which is vastly superior to competing international
products. Our research has shown that the market is quite fragmented today and
there is an opportunity for organised players to penetrate the market. Our focus
will be functionality, cost of ownership and successful implementations.

"KLG has always been at the forefront to offer consumers innovative quality
products at competitive prices. Our entry into the retail market is a decision
to build our brand presence and offer consumers an exciting range of Sage
products, which are very well received internationally. Also, given their
limited budgets and in-house IT skills and resources, SMBs need more such
products that are easy to adopt and maintain. "said Mukesh Arora, CEO, KLG
Systel Ltd.

Sage’s Epos Solution can be deployed on a retailer’s existing PC’s, eliminating
the need for and additional expense of obtaining and deploying POS-specific
terminal hardware. The open architecture allows for easy modifications and
customisations according to ones business requirements, and; a user-friendly
HTML interface that provides simplified screen views, for faster data entry.

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