Peter Forscht, COO and Co-Founder of ABAS Software AG visits Sri Lanka to meet with abas ERP customers and attends a symposium on business sustainability with ERP.
Leading Food Manufacturer gains business growth with abas ERP
MA’s Tropical Food Processing (Pvt) Ltd has been a leading food manufacturer in Sri Lanka for over 25 years. The company’s main factory is located in Dambulla, Sri Lanka where all products are produced with the exception of canned coconut milk, which is processed in the company’s newer factory in Minuwangoda, Sri Lanka. With more than 25 years experience in the sector, by working with strict quality standards, MA’s is proud to be known as the premium processed food, seasonings and spice brand in the Sri Lankan market. MA’s employs over 250 persons within the group, which stretches through the entirety of the Agri-Foods chain. The Company is registered as a Private Limited Liability and is fully family owned. Its major markets other than the local retail and industrial markets include EU countries, Japan and Australia. MA’s use of abas ERP helps them to synchronize both plants and to remain competitive on a global market.
Business Sustainability with abas ERP
Providence, abas software (abas-software.com) partner in Sri Lanka, invited manufacturing, service and distribution companies to a symposium on business sustainability with ERP. Chief guest speaker was Rohantha Athukorala, Head of National Portfolio Development of the United Nations Office for Projects (UNOPS) for Sri Lanka and Maldives, who addressed the growth and opportunities in Sri Lanka. COO and Co-Founder of ABAS Software AG, Peter Forscht informed the audience about the recent developments with abas ERP and success of the ABAS Network around the world. Dr. Vaz Gnanam, Managing Director of Providence, local abas software partner in Sri Lanka concluded the symposium with the topic business sustainability with ERP, which was followed by a networking event with cocktails for the attending guests.
SMBs are growing in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka characterizes a high presence of SMBs. The government in Sri Lanka is pushing IT development, which results in a growing IT market and fast growing IT knowledge. ERP system implementations are becoming more popular in Sri Lankan manufacturing, service and distribution sectors.