Cirrus Soft expands ERP customer portfolio

Cirrus Software Labs (CSL), an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) company for the small and medium enterprise segment has announced signing a new deal with Sudan's Al Hadaff Steel.

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By  Maddy Reddy Published  November 6, 2003

Cirrus Software Labs (CSL), an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) for the small and medium enterprise segment has announced signing a new deal to supply IT related business software services to Al Hadaff Steel Industries.

Al Hadaff Steel Industries based in Khartoum, Sudan signed up with CSL, for its IT requirements. The deal encompasses the supply, customization, deployment and training of it's ERP software,, which is built on Microsoft's .Net platform.

"Our business intelligence ERP solution will take care of the inter-departmental processes at Al Hadaff. The core manufacturing industry processes include raw material procurement to management, production planning, quality assurance & control, project costing & estimation, whilst the finance module takes care of accounts payables/receivables and general ledger," explains Biju Ninan, COO of CSL.

Additional modules for the project include asset management, inventory, warehouse management, logistics, purchase, sale, HR, payroll and marketing, management information systems, equipment and material management.

The South Indian headquartered company is primarily engaged in providing software services in the area of Supply Chain Management (SCM) for consumer products/pharmaceuticals manufacturing companies and ERP Solutions for the trading and manufacturing verticals.

CSL is a new breed of ERP vendors targeting the mid and lower tier range of companies. The major ERP/CRM/SCM vendors like SAP, JDEdwards/Peoplesoft, Oracle, Siebel, BAAN (now owned by SSA Global) typically target major enterprises, governments and large multinational corporations.

In this new mid-level ERP segment companies like Microsoft Business Solutions with three recently acquired companies (Navision, Solomon and Great Plains) Scala, Workplains, Exact, CSL and Samsung SDS are all competing with other business software developers, targeting the huge SME segment in the Middle East.

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