Microsoft Partners With HCL To Make ERP Widely Available

This partnership will expedite the process of making Microsoft's ERP, NAV BE, more extensively available across the country.

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Microsoft Partners With HCL To Make ERP Widely Available

Microsoft India has announced a partnership with HCL Infosystems to further augment the availability of Microsoft Dynamics NAV Business Essentials (BE), Microsoft’s ERP solution for growing businesses, across India. This partnership will expedite the process of making Microsoft's ERP, NAV BE, more extensively available across the country.

In the current economic times, Microsoft Dynamics NAV BE can become a vital tool for businesses to optimise their costs and improve productivity. It would allow businesses to access a basic set of ERP functionalities including financials, distribution and sales management – without huge capital investments. NAV BE is packaged and priced specially for growing businesses in India and priced at sub Rs 4.99 lakh by HCL including licence and implementation. Being a ready-to-use solution, it can be deployed in about two to three weeks time.

Rajeev Mittal, group director, Microsoft India, said, "There is a growing demand to move from a basic accounting package and disparate software to a comprehensive ERP solution among growing businesses, to gain end-to-end visibility and drive efficiencies in their business. NAV BE is an appropriate solution for SMEs in India and HCL with its strong geo-footprint and IT experience will help catalyse ERP adoption among SMEs."

A recent IDC study on ERP states that the future of ERP market consolidations will revolve around the small to medium-sized business market segment and certain verticals such as manufacturing, retail, and wholesale and distribution that are more susceptible to structural changes, including user willingness to replace legacy systems to boost competitiveness in an age of globalisation.

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