Clever collaboration

Indian firm Cranes Software International is launching a software trio, namely its InventX, iCapella and BRmfo solutions at this year's show.

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By  Imithisan Giado Published  September 10, 2007

Indian firm Cranes Software International is launching a software trio, namely its InventX, iCapella and BRmfo solutions at this year's show.

According to the firm, InventX is designed to assist geographically disparate project teams coordinate and collaborate resources for maximum project efficiency, while using industry standard frameworks to assure product competency.

InventX was introduced in response to a market which, according to Crane research, was experiencing considerable dissatisfaction with traditional desktop project scheduling applications. 

iCapella is the other flagship product from Cranes, an information management program, designed to extract relevant personalised data and process it into a form suitable for consumption by businesses and consumers. The product has already been deployed in both the private and public sectors, finding a home in the government, education, healthcare and pharmaceutical industries, with major customers including Pfizer and Roehampton University in the UK. 

The final part of Crane's triumvirate of product releases is Bankers Realm mfo (BRmfo), a micro finance system born of Crane's experience with working with micro finance institutes in the Indian subcontinent for the past decade.

The software incorporates Business Intelligence (BI) features and works to provide micro finance institutes with improved productivity and customer service. 

"We add features and functionality to the process. We identify a significant product market segment and then enhance its global footprint," says Krishna L. Narasimhan, senior vice president for corporate business development for Cranes.

For Narasimhan, the Cranes team differs from its competitors because of its background.

"We are essentially a bunch of mathematics nerds and science freaks, unlike our competitors who are software developers," he adds. 

Cranes maintains a presence in 39 countries worldwide, and counts more than 350,000 users globally, with offices recently opened in Dubai.

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