Logic brings ERP to niche verticals

India-based software developer Logic believes its appearance at GITEX Technology Week is the ideal opportunity to display its range of ERP systems targetting specific vertical sectors. First established in 1993, the firm now boasts a large client base in its native country, including such well-known brands as Killer Jeans and Tag Heuer.

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By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 19, 2009

India-based software developer Logic believes its appearance at GITEX Technology Week is the ideal opportunity to display its range of ERP systems targetting specific vertical sectors. First established in 1993, the firm now boasts a large client base in its native country, including such well-known brands as Killer Jeans and Tag Heuer.

Swarndeep Singh, Managing Director for Logic Software, is confident of the appeal of his firm's products to the Middle East enterprise marketplace: "Our flagship products are designed to provide business impact and a high return on investment to our customers. These offer an extensive range of features, functionalities and benefits to improve the business performance and provide pace to their growth.

"All our LOGIC products are integrated with user interfaces that are tailored to the market requirements. Our products are designed to enhance the enterprise workflows and deliver quality, comply with the requirements of the client and fulfill their business expectations," he adds.

The company's product range is intrinsically tailored towards vertical industries. They include Logic Enterprise, an integrated ERP system, Logic AFS for retail and distribution of apparel and footwears, Logic Pharma, for pharmaceuticals. The firm also targets sectors that are often ignored by the wider enterprise community with products like Logic F&B, an integrated solution for the food and beverage industry.

"Our mission is to be recognised as one of the premier solution providers in the domestic as well as international markets, to maintain the global standards in our products, to build value for customers through innovative use of technology, support, services and customer referrals, to fully support the clients in achieving their business aims and to deliver high quality projects," expects Logic's Singh.

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