L&E Leverages Aptean's Intuitive ERP to Increase Flexibility and Efficiency
ALPHARETTA, GA: Aptean, provider of mission critical enterprise software solutions, announced that L&E Solid State Co., Ltd. has implemented its Intuitive Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution in the process of improving flexibility and efficiency in developing new products and controlling the competitive market. L&E is engaged in manufacturing and R&D of LED products such as LED lamps and equipment, bulbs and transformer drivers.
The lighting and equipment industry has observed rapid changes in LED technology. In this scenario, L&E is continually evolving and emerging as a popular manufacturer of modern day equipments. To meet customer’s growing demands, the firm was looking for a flexible solution that meets its multi-level bill of materials (BOMs) and multi part production demands. L&E selected Intuitive ERP to address these challenges. With the help of Aptean’s Intuitive Partner, M-Focus, the firm was able to rapidly employ and leverage Intuitive’s core ERP functionalities. Subsequently they were able to improve on-time delivery of products to customers.
“The solution supports multilevel BOMs so it is perfect for our industry,” said Khun Pongsakorn Uwuttipong, LED product director and plant manager. “It enables us to quickly create new products and processes and gives us greater flexibility. Intuitive empowers our personnel with better material control and planning, enabling them to manage inventory more efficiently,” added Uwuttipong.
“The Intuitive ERP solution has been meeting the specialized needs of manufacturers for more than 20 years. Aptean has effectively partnered with companies like L&E to add value to their business and solve challenges around inventory accuracy and cost control, supporting their long-term profitability and success,” said Jim Stenner, Director, Intuitive ERP. “Since the solution addresses the needs of L&E, they can increase their flexibility and ultimately create better long-term business results with our industry-focused ERP solution.” he added.
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