EstesGroup Becomes the Latest Addition to IQMS' Partner Network
PASO ROBLES, CA: IQMS, a provider of ERP software suites for manufacturing firms, recently announced their partnership with EstesGroup, an enterprise resource planning (ERP) consultant. EstesGroup’s primary focus is to provide small-to-mid sized businesses with end-to-end ERP consultation and support to improve their business.
The latest addition to the IQMS Partner Network, EstesGroup is an ERP expert in the automotive, aerospace, and defense sectors. EstesGroup helps businesses with the selection, implementation, version upgrade, and migration of their ERP systems. Following the tie-up, EstesGroup will facilitate manufacturers in maximizing their resource planning value with IQMS software—a tool which efficiently brings ERP and Manufacturing Execution System (MES) functionalities onboard into one comprehensive system. The IQMS software envelopes core accounting, invoicing, reporting, real time shop floor control, supply chain management, scheduling, planning, and customer relationship management (CRM) modules.
IQMS provides real-time ERP, quality control, and supply chain solutions to enable optimization of business processes for manufacturing units. The solutions are designed to help a broad spectrum of manufacturing companies to stay lean, agile, and competitive by streamlining the entire process, whether they have built-to-order or built-to-stock supply chain models. The ERP platform has in-built features, which adds on to the flexibility and reliability while assisting manufacturers with monitoring, and tracking of activities and data.
The partnership, according to Gary Nemmers, President and CEO, IQMS, will foster the commitment to maximize operational efficiency and effectiveness in manufacturing units. Adding to that, Bruce Grant, CEO, EstesGroup expressed his enthusiasm to join hands with IQMS. Grant stated that the IQMS provides an attractive alternative for many mid-market manufacturing companies to help them optimize and manage their business processes.
With more than a dozen other prominent partners including Microsoft and Oracle, IQMS is constantly looking into improving its products with regular long-term maintenance.
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