Enjay IT Solutions, a company working with small and medium enterprises in the western parts of the country, has formally launched ‘Enjay Tiguin’, a Linux-based solution for Tally and appointed multi cities regional distributors to push the product to the SMEs customers.
The company, based in town of Bhilad on the Gujarat-Maharashtra border, recently conducted roadshows in Mumbai and Surat to launch the solution along with its appointed distributors. Similarly, it will conduct roadshow in cities like Ahmedabad, Delhi and Jaipur in the month of February.
Limesh Parekh CEO, Co-Founder said, “We have received positive response from our appointed distributors and with their help we will reach out to the dealers and customers. The objective is to convert 5-6 percent of SME customers, who are running Tally accounting software, on Pirated software to our Tiguin software by end of 2014.”
The company has appointed five regional distributors in Mumbai including Durga Computers, Apex Actsoft, Service 4U, Shell Solutions and Janator Data and two in Suart, Ria Computers and EERA Retail. As it expands to other cities, it will sign up more local distributors.
“Till now, our partners have been using this software at their office premises, now they are all geared up to take to their customers. So far, we have 20 customers who are running on our software,” he said.
Having a strong presence in western region, the company has set its sights on 100 installations of Tiguin solution across bigger cities like Mumbai, Ahmedabad, whereas in smaller cities like Surat it will have 20 installations a month.
Post this phase, Enjay wants to spread its footprint across cities in the north of India. “We are in talks with Delhi and Jaipur distributors, we will close the partnership by end of this month,” says Parekh.
Enjay’s new solution would allow SMEs customers to switch to Linux Operating Software, without having any business downtime, and spending on expensive proprietary software or going after pirated software.
Our Tiguin solution, is a result of two years of hard work whereby our team has been consistently working on all the trouble-shooting aspects of installing Tally for Linux. In typical small and medium enterprises that have between five to 50 users, they use software to browse the web, emails, office software and accounting software, he says.
“But one of the major issues that was scaring customers away from Linux was Tally. Hence, the new solution has come at the right time for the SMEs and we’re confident that by running Tally on Linux, we can reduce use of pirated software in the industry,” he adds.
The company will soon be rolling out special licensing scheme for charted accountants.
Enjay Solutions also have IT Solutions from ThinClients, Smart Enterprise class Storage, Telephony, Linux on Desktop , Cloud, Desktop Monitoring and Enjay CRM.