Aturmaju unit to provide RM20mil system solutions

Aturmaju chief executive officer (investment and technology) Datuk Larry Liew said in a statement:

PETALING JAYA: Aturmaju Resources Bhd's unit  is teaming up with Yes’ Comm Enterprise Sdn Bhd (YESS) to provide enterprise resources planning (ERP) system integrated solutions (SIS).

Its unit ARB Development Sdn Bhd (ARBD)  had inked a memorandum of understanding with YESS to provide the system. The expected annual contract value is more than RM20mil.

 The SIS includes real-time sales tracking, real-time sales and inventory sales interlinking, inventory management, assortment selection and forecast, warehousing and logistics optimisation. The expected value of more than RM20mil in gross merchandise value was derived based on the recognition of top line or sales from YESS.

Aturmaju chief executive officer (investment and technology) Datuk Larry Liew said in a statement: “We strongly believe that an effective ERP such as SIS is the cornerstone of a successful retail business like YESS. The system aims to accurately map inventory assortments against consumer preferences and seasonal trends across YESS’ operations/outlets.

“This ultimately provides better customer service with an improved, more real-time understanding of what is selling and what is not.”

Established in 1996, YESS is a company focusing on communications and mobile services such as voice, messaging, mobile Internet, broadband and fibre Internet. The company has been recognised as Maxis’ exclusive partner since 2003.

“Aturmaju, which recently diversified into the information and communications technology segment, is committed to investing and developing innovative technology and tools that enable us to present our customers with unique and cutting-edge solutions,” Liew added.

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