TCP recently made a strategic partnership
Manufacturers in Latin America face the same challenge that most manufacturers face globally—how to be competitive in a global marketplace where maintaining cost, time to shipment, quality, and on-time delivery are crucial. Enter into this picture, Technology Coast Partners (TCP). In the recent development, TCP, a leader in accelerating the digital transformation journey of mid-size and large enterprises, has announced its association with Bezlio, an upcoming and disruptive mobility platform specifically designed to collaborate with ERP systems, to market mobile platform based on apps that provide mobile teams with access to Epicor ERP data in real-time.
TCP and Bezlio are committed to serving as strategic and specialized partners for developing software solutions and expanding the prospect of their combined business methods across Latin America. "We are very excited about this partnership with what we believe is a game changer mobile application. The Latin American market has been waiting for a reliable and powerful solution of mobile applications like this one, specifically designed for mid-size companies," said Gonzalo F. Nuñez, CEO of TCP.
Headquartered in Miami, FL, TCP envisions powering tech-based companies with innovative and versatile digitalization tools. TCP has already been recognized as one of the 10 Most Promising Manufacturing Technology Consulting/Implementation Services Companies in 2018 by CIOReview. Along with providing insights into software development, the company also offers marketing, sales, and other business benefits. "We focus on becoming the single point of contact for our customers across all enterprise software segments including their ERP, CRM, SCM, BI, EAM, CMS, HR, and eCommerce solutions that enable them with better management, customer satisfaction, and growth," added Nunez.
The excellent ERP-based mobile app is expected to transform the way Latin American businesses perceived enterprise management. "It is a great time for us, we are kicking off the year with an exclusive distribution channel for the Latin American market. Bezlio's unique ability to integrate and blend multiple on-premises data sources into one succinct portal, makes it an ideal platform for mid-size manufacturing and distribution companies in Latin America," shared Adam Ellis, Bezlio's CEO.
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