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Startup G7CR launches free custom solutions for SME Automation

Bengaluru, Sep 29 (UNI) City-based startup G7CR, today launched
'Business Enablement and Automation Programme (BEAP), a free suit of
custom solutions for the SMEs.
The ITaaS solution leveraging Microsoft's Azure, is aimed at
enabling SMEs turn digital disruption into competitive advantage by
offering business process automation in innovative business model,
at low cost, a company official said.
Speaking to reporters, G7CR MD and Chief Software Architect
Christopher Richard, said the company's offering would help SMEs
acelerate their growth, while freeing up vital resources such as
financing for core business functions.
Lack of financing coupled with fast paced digital disruption were
proving to be major constraints for most SME's today as they try to
scale up and become increasingly competent, said Mr Richard, who is
also the President of Karnataka Small and Medium Scale Industries
Association.
He said the hosting cost of the solution would be as low as
Rs 2000 per month for SMEs, while it covers six leading verticles
under MS solutions. ''Going forward we will be offering business
solutions based on SAP and other platforms.''
The startup launched four months ago is eyeing a top line of Rs 3
crore per month in 12 months and ready to invest a further Rs 10
crore for technology development during the same period.
The company will offer 24x7 support besides providing software
development, migration, adaption and implementation for various
verticles like healthcare, education, manufacturing and other
sectors.
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