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Base Information to tap SMEs with tie-ups
 
It is looking at forging alliances with systems integrators and IT consultants with domain expertise to market its extended enterprise applications
 
Nelson Johny
 
Tuesday, March 09, 2004

 

Base Information Management (BIM), a solutions provider specializing in enterprise wide integrated solutions, is looking at forging alliances with systems integrators and IT consultants with domain expertise for marketing its Extended Enterprise Applications (EEA). BIM's range of EEA products and services include ITM, an ERP suite, ProInsight, a business intelligence tool and mobile computing solutions. The idea of joining hands with SIs is to aggressively target the corporate and SME segment.

Until recently, the company has been providing solutions directly to industries segments like pharmaceuticals, chemicals, fertilizers, oil, textiles and transport to market their products. 

Nilay Sharma, Director, BIM, says, "We are upbeat about the potential of ERP and EEA products. We have geared ourselves to ensure that our products keep in tune with the changing trends in technology, such that our customers can derive maximum advantage."

According to Nilay, BIM has over eight years of expertise in providing enterprise-wide integrated solutions to the Indian corporate. "We have developed a solution, which meets the specific needs of the Indian industry. The solutions were evolved after 25,000 man-days investment in the design and testing of the products," he says.

BIM claims to use cutting edge tools to evolve solutions that become native to the client environment. BIM products are Web-enabled and support e-commerce. The solutions are scalable and flexible. "It integrates the unique work culture and business practices of the organization providing with a competitive advantage," he adds.

NELSON JOHNY
MUMBAI

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