SaaS ERP will grow for small and mid-market. I predict SaaS integrated modules will grow tremendously for all ERP’s and companies of all sizes. Industry specific ERP as SAAS and Cloud will capture market share in 2013. Saas and Cloud in my opinion would be the two big growth drivers.
Middle East is one of the markets we are concentrating on for the time being apart from the local market. We have done many implementations in this region mainly in the UAE. Our immediate plan is to expand our activities in other Gulf countries too.
Eresource is a product that has been made from scratch by me from little investment and more hard work. Eresource has become an established product in the ERP market with its wide acceptance. Therefore as of today, exiting from this business is not in my mind. Future is always unpredictable for anyone and I will cross the bridge when it comes.
Traditionally, the ERP market has been segmented by the size of customers. The vendors targeted large enterprise vendors, midmarket vendors, and small business vendors. It was thought that the same vendors and products couldn’t serve multiple segments, but that notion has been disproved. We have big customers and are also present in the mid-segment space.
Business is always a challenge especially when you are dealing with a complex Indian ERP market. Indian ERP market is a slow-paced one, however, what is significant about Indian market is it is a very firm market. A successfully established product can find an easy way though provided the product maintains its quality and reliability. In any business, challenges are a normal affairs and we don’t underestimate any challenges and counter them in an effective manner.
India is our target market which will continue to remain so. Besides India we did Implementation in the Middle East, mainly UAE. 50% of our revenue is from the Manufacturing Industry, 20% from the Process Industry, 12% from the Logistics Space, 8 % from the Trading and Distribution, 10% from the Infrastructure Industry.