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YoungLimWon Soft-Lab Announced 3-Year AI ERP Development Project, First Release This Year: “Sales Activity Management AI ERP”

Wan Seok Yoon, Global Marketing Content Manager

Companies are continuously seeking more advanced and intelligent ERP systems.

For example, while traditional ERP systems simply display anomalies in purchasing by showing purchase order and delivery prices, companies now expect AI to analyze the source data of these anomalies and present the information in an easily understandable manner. Aiming to become the No.1 company in Asia, YoungLimWon Soft-Lab has laid out a three-year plan to develop AI ERP systems to meet these customer demands and enhance productivity.

The first AI ERP to be unveiled this year as part of YoungLimWon Soft-Lab’s three-year project is the tentatively named “Sales Activity Management AI ERP.” One of the most critical aspects for many B2B companies when planning their business strategy is understanding the probability of securing contracts. Focusing limited resources and capital on projects with the highest probability of success is essential for maximizing Return on Investment (ROI).

The flagship feature of the “Sales Activity Management AI ERP” is the “Win Probability Analysis.” By inputting existing sales activity data and customer information into the ERP, it provides the likelihood of success in sales competitions. Additional features include performance forecast analysis, goal management, and ERP data entry recommendation functions.

Recently, YoungLimWon Soft-Lab has been expanding its market reach and acquiring a diverse customer base. Overseas, the company has achieved significant success. The Japanese market, known for its meticulousness, thoroughness, and conservatism, poses a challenge for many software companies. However, YoungLimWon Soft-Lab has strategically partnered with leading Japanese software companies to penetrate this market. Recently, it formed a strategic alliance with Daiko Denki Tsushin Co., Ltd., a renowned Japanese company established in 1953, and launched the industry-specific cloud ERP ‘D-Ever Flex’ through its Japanese subsidiary, Ever Japan. Additionally, the company secured its first customer for ‘D-Ever Flex,’ a Japanese optoelectronic material manufacturing company.

In Indonesia, a country where many Korean conglomerates have established a presence, YoungLimWon Soft-Lab has initiated a PI and ERP implementation project with a company that produces global brand sports shoes.

YoungLimWon Soft-Lab projects annual revenue to reach 100 billion KRW by 2028 and 130 billion KRW by 2030.

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