ECnet – Infor Channel Partner with Most Number of New Logos FY2016
After being awarded Infor Top ASEAN Performer back in 2012, ECnet is proud to shout out that we have been awarded with another prestigious award from Infor for the Most Number of New Logos for fiscal year 2016.
16 October 2014
Another partner added onto ECnet - Loftware, global provider of Enterprise Labeling Solutions:
ECnet is proud to announce that Loftware, the global provider of Enterprise Labeling Solutions has joined ECnet partner list, bringing more quality and solutions to our clients. This collaboration was sealed on 16 October 2014 at ECnet Headquarter in Singapore with a contract signed between Mr. Chan Kum Ming, President of ECnet and Mr. Rob Rae, Global Business Development VP of Loftware.
Loftware is the global market leader in Enterprise Labeling Solutions with more than 5,000 customers in over 100 countries. Their software integrates with leading enterprise applications to produce mission-critical bardcode labels, documents, and RFID Smart tags across the supply chain.
With over 25 years of industry leadership, their design, native print, and built-in business rules functionality drives topline revenue, increases customer satisfaction, and maximizes supply chain efficiency for their customers. For more information about Loftware, visit www.loftware.com
12 June 2013
Yamaha Electronics Mfg (M) Sdn Bhd awarded ECnet a Certificate of Appreciation:
YEM has awarded ECnet a Certificate of Appreciation for our strong commitment, active involvement and participation in their project implementation of e-Procurement and Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI).
28 September 2012
Upgrading project of Singapore National Eye Centre (SNEC) Phase 1 gone LIVE!:
We are pleased to announce that upgrading project of Singapore National Eye Centre (SNEC) Operating Theatre Scheduling and Tracking (OTST) System Phase 1 has been completed and gone LIVE!
Operating Theatre Scheduling and Tracking (OTST) System has been in operation since 2008 and the Phase 1 enhancements or upgradings bring fore additional functionalities such as the ability for additional branch and staff assignment to the branch, improved user access and workflow control, improved UI design, improved data interface to the Operating Application System (OAS) for patient verification and registration, enhanced reporting with branch and operating theatre filtering, just to name a few.
13 September 2012
ECnet won UMC Electronics Co., Ltd for Global e-Procurement Supply Chain:
Another new win of UMC Electronics Co., Ltd for the project implementation of Global e-Procurement Supply Chain in China, Thailand, Vietnam and Japan by ECnet!
Another Award gained - Top Asean Performer:
We are proud to announce that ECnet Limited is awarded by Infor as Top Asean Performer of 2012.
22 OCTOBER 2009
Signing Ceremony for Integrated Total eLogistics Solutions:
KUALA LUMPUR, 22 OCTOBER 2009 – PKT Logistics Group and ECnet Malaysia had a signing ceremony to kick-off the Integrated Total eLogistics Solutions project. PKT inaugural invited Yang Bahagia Puan Tan Piak Bong, the Director of Malaysia Industrial Development Authority (MIDA) to witness this signing ceremony.
Some of the local press media attended the ceremony had reported a few press articles about the ceremony.
With the presence of Mr Augustine Lee, Chief Operating Officer of PKT Logistics Group, and Mr Tarun Mathur, President of ECnet Ltd signed off an agreement of PKT's total investment for RM2.5 million to implement the Integrated Total eLogistics Solutions over the next three years.
ECnet was awarded with this project to implement PKT Logistics Group's Total Logistics SCM System which include eSCM Logistics Suite, includes Delivery & Logistics Management and Transportation Management, Warehouse Management System, Infor ERP Syteline 8.0, Data Collection (Barcode System) and IT Infrastructure enhancement will serve as an operating platform for shipments, involving order-taking, international transportation, customs clearance, delivery management and invoicing. The system allows users to see what inventory is or will be available, organize work, and align resources and labor.
With this system implemented, it will be able to help PKT Logistics Group to streamline the business process for NVOCC (Non Vessel Operating Common Carrier), Customer Brokerage, Transportation Management System and enhance their operation efficiency. Moreover, PKT Logistics Group will achieve inventory visibility across warehouses and locations as well. PKT Logistics will optimize its warehouses space and warehouse integration with purchasing and the rest of the supply chain.
"ECnet's proven supply chain solutions help organizations to streamline and collaborates their business processes. We are pleased to be able to support PKT Logistics Group's business initiatives and help in its business objectives to achieve the desired Service Level Agreement with their end customers," said Tarun Mathur, President of ECnet Ltd.
PKT Logistics Group and ECnet signed and exchanged the agreement to mark PKT's investment of Total Integrated eLogistics Solutions.
From left: (Front) Alfred Low [Head of Finance and ICT of PKT Logistics], Augustine Lee [Chief Operating Office of PKT Logistics], Tarun Mathur [President of ECnet Ltd], Chan Kum Ming [Assistance Vice President of ECnet Ltd], Mary Loo [Business Development Manager of Infor Global Solutions]. (Back) Dato' Michael Tio [Managing Director and Group Chief Executive of PKT Logistics], Yang Bahagia Puan Tan Piak Bong [Director – Logistics & Regional Operations Division of MIDA].
26 October 2009
PKT Logistics to set up new hub:
KUALA LUMPUR, 26 OCTOBER 2009 - PKT Logistics Group Sdn Bhd will invest RM70mil more in its phase two expansion plan to build a state-of-the-art warehouse in line with its strategy to tap the fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) market.
Managing director and group chief executive officer Datuk Michael Tio said the 365,000 sq ft warehouse, dubbed "The Waves", was expected to be ready by next August.
"We have already secured a contract from a FMCG multinational corporation (MNC) to rent the entire warehouse plus a double-storey office facility. The MNC will make Malaysia as its Asean manufacturing hub," he told reporters last week when PKT signed an agreement with ECnet (M) Sdn Bhd for integrated e-logistics solutions. The signing was witnessed by Malaysian Industrial Development Authority director of logistics and regional division Tan Piak Bong.
Tio said The Waves would be situated next to PKT's first phase of expansion, a logistics hub dubbed "The Ship", which had just been completed.
"The Ship, which costs RM50mil, sits on 4ha in Shah Alam and its operation will focus on third-party logistics services for a mix of automotive, food and beverages as well as FMCG customers.
"The Ship consists of 30,000 sq ft of our new corporate headquarters and 150,000 sq ft of ambient warehouse," he said. Tio said PKT decided to diversify into FMCG logistics services from its current concentration on auto-logistics as the FMCG sector managed to record growth in the challenging economic climate.
"Revenue of logistics services for the FMCG sector in Malaysia totaled RM2bil annually where a large chunk is dominated by multinational logistics players," he said, adding that with the investment, the company hoped to secure a bigger share of the market.
Tio said the group was now fully equipped to increase its FMGC business operations to 40% of total sales by 2011 from 20% currently. Automotive logistics is its core business.
Meanwhile, under the agreement with ECnet, PKT would invest RM2.5mil over the next three years in integrated e-logistics solutions which include a supply chain suite and info-warehouse management system.
ECnet is an information technology solutions company that focuses on providing software-as-a-service in areas such as supply chain management, mobility and enterprise solutions.
Tio said it was significant for a local company to have a strong IT system to support its operation to gain a competitive edge against multinational logistics players.
"Our current total logistics solutions, via freight forwarding, customs brokerage, haulage and trucking, will further enhance our services to the FMCG sector. Coupled with our new logistics hub, the software and infrastructure aspects have been addressed to propel us further," he said.
23 October 2009
PKT to boost revenue from fast-moving goods sector:
KUALA LUMPUR, 23 OCTOBER 2009 - PKT Logistics Group Sdn Bhd, a freight forwarding company based in Port Klang, aims to capture a quarter of the country's potential RM2 billion logistics revenue in the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) market by 2013, says its top executive.
Eighty per cent of the company's overall revenue comes from automotive logistics today, while the balance is contributed by FMCG logistics. PKT recently embarked on a diversification strategy to penetrate into the lucrative FMCG segment to help in its vision to become a billion ringgit company by then.
"The FMCG sector is currently dominated by large foreign logistics multi national companies (MNCS), which from our observation have in these tough economic times managed to maintain and in some cases even record growth," PKT managing director and group chief executive officer Michael Tio said after a signing ceremony in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.
To further enhance PKT's offerings in the FMCG sector, it has invested about RM120 million to develop a modern logistics hub on 10.8 ha of industrial land at Section 32, Shah Alam, Selangor.
Tio said the new facility will focus on the FMCG business.
"We want to achieve the ideal revenue ratio of 60:40 for auto and FMCG logistics respectively by 2011. This is because the FMCG business is growing faster than the auto business," he added.
Under Phase 1 of the development, with an initial RM50 million in investment, the hub will feature a corporate headquarter and a warehouse.
Yesterday, PKT announced that it has secured a contract to build and rent the entire 365,00 sq ft of Phase 2, dubbed as the "Waves", to a leading FMCG company.
PKT expects to hand over the RM70 million warehouse and two-storey office facility to a Swedish MNC tenant in the third quarter of 2010.
Earlier, PKT signed a RM2.5 million contract with ECnet (M) Sdn Bhd to provide integrated total e-logistics solutions for the next three years.
4 August 2008
System to help push Permanis Sales:
KUALA LUMPUR, 4 AUGUST 2008 - Permanis Sdn Bhd expects to maintain its revenue growth for the current financial year ending June 30 with the implementation of its new distribution system. The soft drink manufacturer and distributor has appointed ECnet (M) Sdn Bhd to provide the system which will help push sales. Vice-president of finance Abdul Halim Abdul Rahman the forecast was in line with the global economic slowdown that would likely affect the fast-moving consumer goods market by year-end.
Permanis reported a 9% increase in its revenue to RM270mil for the financial year ended June 20, 2007. Abdul Halim said consumers were prudent with their spending following the current economic slowdown. “Therefore, Permanis has to efficiently improve its distribution system to face the full impact of the slowdown, which is expected to happen in the fourth quarter,” he told Starbiz after the agreement signing with ECnet recently. Abdul Halim said the new Permanis distribution system was designed to improve sales via its distributors. “The system will provide the relevant information on how to promote our products at the right location and time based on previous trend. “Future market demand is easily anticipated and we can improve on inventory accordingly,” he said.
Abdul Halim said sales via distributors commanded 30% of the company’s turnover. “The other sales channel includes direct supply to hypermarkets such as Carrefour and fast-food franchise operators like Kentucky Fried Chicken,” he said. ECnet Ltd president Tarun Mathur said the system would integrate Permanis’ entire supply chain. He said if there were fluctuation in demand from customers, the manufacturing and distribution divisions would be alerted to adapt to the changes. “For us, every customer is a business partner where we assist them to optimize the movement of goods from the manufacturing facility to the point of consumption.
”The system has a unique operation whereby planning starts at the demand point compared with the traditional supplier point. “This will result in ample stock arrangement according to customers’ needs,” he said, adding that ECnet had partnered with over 300 Malaysian customers. For Permanis’ distribution system, ECnet has teamed up with software service provider Infor Global Solutions (Singapore) Pte Ltd. Tarun said the system would reduce supply chain operational costs to enhance profitability, growth and market share.
19 July 2006
ECnet adds Enterprise Solutions to its Offerings with Infor Global Solutions' Sales and Implementation Capability:
SINGAPORE, 19 JULY 2006 - As part of ECnet's expansion plans in the region, ECnet has added Enterprise Solutions' capability, specifically in the area of ERP implementation and Asset Management to its current solution offerings in the areas of collaborative supply chain and IT services. This allows ECnet to further expand its offerings to include enterprise solutions and reinforces ECnet's commitment to enhancing the overall value of providing its very best for its customers and the community.
ECnet will now represent Infor Global Solutions, one of the largest global software providers focused on delivering world-class enterprise applications to select verticals in the manufacturing and distribution industries. Infor delivers integrated solutions that address the essential challenges its customers face in areas such as supply chain planning, enterprise asset management, relationship management, demand management, ERP, warehouse management and business intelligence. ECnet will now offer Enterprise Resource Planning, Customer Relationship Management, Enterprise Asset Management, Advance Planning Solutions and Business Intelligence.
"Recognizing and responding to the needs of our customers, the combination of ECnet and Infor Global Solutions will bring a more powerful set of solutions that will enable our customers to address the challenges currently faced, enabling them to be more effective and efficient," said Mr. Daniel Lu, Senior Vice President, Global Sales & Marketing, ECnet Limited. According to Mr. Prasad Menon, Director, Enterprise Solutions, ECnet Limited, "We are very excited to add these value added solutions and services to the ECnet customer community. The offerings of ECnet and Infor Global Solutions complement each other and we are looking forward to growing our businesses together, while providing the very best for our customers."
30 November 2005
ECnet and Kanematsu Electronics embark on SCM partnership collaboration for Asia Pacific region:
SINGAPORE, 30 NOVEMBER 2005 - ECnet Limited, a leading global provider of collaborative supply chain solutions and management services, today announced a regional strategic alliance with Kanematsu Electronics Limited (KEL), a leading IT solutions provider that is publicly listed in Japan. Through this strategic partnership, it will enable ECnet and KEL to complement and leverage on the strengths and capabilities of both companies, to effectively pursue business opportunities within the Asia Pacific region. ECnet, as an established supply chain solutions provider, with strong SCM domain knowledge especially in the manufacturing and logistics verticals, will provide the lead in business initiatives outside of Japan and vice versa.
Established since 1968, KEL, with its solid presence and network in Japan, will also extend further inroads into business opportunities in Japan together with ECnet. "We are pleased to be partnering with KEL, our first solutions partner in Japan, to jointly pursue business opportunities both within and outside of Japan. As a significant number of our existing customer base comprises Japanese manufacturers, we are familiar with the business concerns that these organizations have and would be able to effectively and quickly address their needs. We look forward to an enriching and lasting working relationship with KEL," said Mr. Peter See, CEO, ECnet Limited.
"The joint collaboration between KEL and ECnet provides a good synergy to offer the best solution for our customers. At the same time, the alliance also offers an ideal platform for KEL to venture into other Asia Pacific countries beyond Japan. We are excited to be working closely with ECnet as we embark on new initiatives together," said Mr. Toyohiko Hara, General Executive Officer, Kanematsu Electronics Limited.