Mira Exim Ltd. gears up for 2005

15 May 2004 | News | Source: WFX

New Delhi, India - New Delhi, India - Mira Exim Ltd, a leading manufacturer and exporter of home textiles and high fashion apparel to Europe and USA is all set to face challenges in the quota free environment, says Mr. Ashok Jain, Managing Director. For the last 20 years, with a quest for perfection, we have constantly improvised on our technology, infrastructure, manpower and adapted ourselves to the market situation.

Mira Exim Ltd with a manufacturing capacity of 3.8 million units of garments & home textiles a year, based out of Noida has customers across all countries in Europe and USA. Their branded collections of ‘MIRA CLASSIC', ‘MIRA TREND' & ‘ME' are highly appreciated by boutiques, catalog companies and stores.

Mira Exim Ltd's investment in WFX ERP II software from World Fashion Exchange Inc. is a strategic decision and shall payback in less than two years; through increased efficiency, organizational transparency and access to real-time information for on the spot accurate decision making.

Mr. Ashok Jain understands the importance of software as a tool for competitive advantage. Special in-house training cell has been created within the organization to train and upgrade computer skills of all employees. Mr. Jain personally heads the Steering Committee for ERP implementation and this is a top priority activity for all within the company.

Our objective is to deploy our software using the "Rapid Implementation Methodology" said Mr. Drish Paul, CEO, World Fashion Exchange Inc. "The earlier the software is absorbed by the organization, the faster the return on investment."

WFX ERP II Solution uses best of breed technologies from Microsoft. It is amongst the first few companies to launch its products using dot NET Technologies. WFX's web based application can be accessed anytime from anywhere using the internet. It's collaborative business flow, across multiple organizations makes it even more powerful.

 

 

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