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NGCG signs ERP software contract with ePROMIS MEA

NGCG has announced the implementation of ePROMIS Enterprise edition ERP, the construction industry-specific business software from Houston based ePROMIS Solutions Inc

NGCG signed an ERP infrastructure upgrade agreement with ePROMIS MEA.
NGCG signed an ERP infrastructure upgrade agreement with ePROMIS MEA.

NGCG has announced the implementation of ePROMIS Enterprise edition ERP, the construction industry-specific business software from Houston based ePROMIS Solutions Inc.

The Al Ain headquartered group of companies signed an ERP infrastructure upgrade agreement with ePROMIS MEA to implement the latest Enterprise Resource Planning platform as a strategic business asset.

Joseph Varghese, the general manager of NGCG, said: “NGCG is rapidly expanding, spanning across diversified construction-related industries including MEP, transport & logistics, construction, landscaping, cement production, ready mix, aluminum & glass, and steel structure.

 “Our construction division started using ePROMIS since 2013, we found the solution greatly improved operational efficiency, productivity, efficient cost control, and profitability of that entity. This made us think about adopting ePROMIS Enterprise edition, which is full-fledged ERP software suite, across the group," he added. 

The current ERP software upgrade is expected to provide group-wide 360-degree visibility helping NGCG to have proactively informed decisions to stay ahead.

The ERP software upgrade contract covers implementation of ePROMIS accounting and financials, multi-company management, VAT compliance, asset management, procure to pay, sales & distribution, production management, construction project management, human capital management, payroll, and reporting.

“Digital transformation is happening across all industries, and businesses need to be innovative and modern to stay competitive and stand out from the crowd. ePROMIS MEA helps mid-eastern businesses to embrace technology faster,” Joe Joseph, director ePROMIS MEA said.

“The ERP software upgrade will enable NGCG to digitize and standardize its business processes, cut down costs by eliminating redundancy and simplifying business process flow,” Varghese said.

NGCG is playing a pivotal role in the infrastructure development of Al Ain by completing over 70 construction projects including the design and development of residential & commercial buildings, Villas, and educational institutes.

Major clients include Abu Dhabi Municipality, Al Ain Municipality, Urban Development Committee, and other government organizations.

Nael General Contracting began operations in Al Ain in 1998 and has grown as a premier construction group in the UAE.

 

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