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With a purpose of serving a platform
for technology innovators to connect with various Original Equipment
Manufacturers (OEMs) for addressing their manufacturing requirements, The
Indian Machine Tool Manufacturer’s Association (IMTMA) organized Delhi Machine
Tool Expo 2019 from August 8-11, 2019. Sage Software Solutions was present
at Booth No. 505, Hall 15 with the other 150 exhibitors. The company showcased
its prime focus, skills and stronger market presence in providing manufacturing
solutions for regional industries. The Expo addressed strong aspects like
automation, CAD/CAM, metal cutting and metal forming, robotics and other
technologies which are the quintessential elements of the modern day
The Minister for Heavy Industries
and Public Enterprises, Government of India, Mr. Arvind Ganpat Sawant inaugurated
the event. Speaking on the occasion, he said it is important for manufacturing
industries to generate considerable profits for creating employment opportunities.
He also added, that Indian government is taking initiatives towards the same through
tax reduction schemes for companies with less than 400 crore turnover.
Amidst the presence of eminent personalities
and market competitors, Sage Software Solutions drove a spectacular crowd at
its booth showcasing how Sage products can create a difference in enhancing manufacturing
operations for companies. Sage
X3 and Sage 300cloud offer powerful functionalities that can be customized
and scaled as per individual business requirements. To name a few from the gamut
of features, web and mobile-friendly user experience, inventory and account
management, global compliance, reporting and business analytics and integration
of third-party tools have been the top features attracting the crowd.
Indian market is making a remarkable progress
in manufacturing domain. As per an online report, India is expected to secure fifth
position in the list of largest manufacturing countries across the globe by the
end of year 2020. The Make in India drive opened gates for global hi-tech
manufacturing giants to set up manufacturing plants in India. This is
continually resulting into more than a billion consumers and increasing
purchasing power. SMEs can successfully leverage growth with the right
Cut costs and deliver better products, gain insights, improve quality control, and reduce waste.