New Delhi, Delhi, India (NewsView) Managing enterprise data in domains inside and outside organizations is a challenge that all organizations face. Zumbido, the world’s first networked ERP, cloud-based, user-owned solution can be a game-changer especially for small and micro businesses by integrating and synchronizing data entry not only within departments, but across the entire corporate network. Since the software is device independent, it can be accessed anytime, anywhere, on any user device. Allowing the latest information to be available for intelligent decision making at the fingertips of management. The Canada-based company recently launched Zumbido Express in India. Zumbido India’s COO said at the launch, “While digital technologies, cloud computing and networking have all changed our social lives, these developments have yet to affect our businesses. Zumbido is the world’s first networked ERP platform that takes enterprise solutions to the next level, with the added benefits of creating an intelligent, interconnected enterprise network ecosystem. This means that with a single data trigger from any stakeholder, information is updated not just across the various functions of an organization, but in fact across the entire business ecosystem. Eliminating the need for data entry at multiple points like supplier systems, buyer systems, etc. in addition to the organization’s systems. So there are savings in terms of data entry, zero delays and data inconsistency/error, and immense savings in avoiding wastage/mismanagement of inventory. These process efficiencies result in improved productivity and profitability for all stakeholders within the entire business network. “Zumbido is transforming the business landscape by enabling, for the first time, companies to integrate all of their processes within and across their ecosystem, from suppliers to production to customers, into a single network. The solution has modules covering all business functions such as procurement, production, inventory, sales, finance, human resource management, sales,” management confirmed. “It’s Industry 4.0 in every way. We are excited to empower our MSMEs with this smart networking solution as it reduces their time, cost, waste and errors/deviations, avoids delays and facilitates smart decision making. Equipped with all the checks and controls that allow companies to decide what data should be made visible and to whom, Zumbido gives companies the power to have updated information anytime and anywhere, but with discretion and security provided by the latest technological tools and guarantees. Zumbido Express was built using cognitive computing technologies, in an open and system-independent manner. It uses the latest software development technologies to make the solution agile, extremely stable, flexible, scalable and secure. Whether it is the use of sensors, robotics, IoT/IIOT devices, or the development of flexible and scalable software solutions to manage processes, technological advancement is at the heart of digitization and innovation. industry 4.0. With the adoption of Zumbido, small and medium businesses become more empowered by owning and controlling their own data in their business ecosystem. It enables these companies to replace complex paper trails and data management procedures with a single-point, networked solution. By doing so, businesses have the potential to reduce wasted labor, reduce costs, minimize errors and data mismatches, resulting in efficiencies across the the company. With ready information on inventory, production, sales, financials, performance, etc., management can make quick and smart decisions to increase their productivity as well as profitability. Zumbido is already used by more than six hundred small and medium enterprises in India. The company has also signed a memorandum of understanding with six incubators in the country and has also teamed up with two distribution partners. Apart from this, sales channel partners have also been signed for USA, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan and Turkey. For more information, please visit:


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