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Lanbit-HHS venture in UK

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MUMBAI, Dec. 10

LANBIT India Pvt Ltd and Health & Home Shopping (HHS) have announced the setting up of their joint venture, Tulsient Systems Plc in Manchester, UK.

According to a press release, Lanbit holds 51 per cent in the venture, with HSS holding the remaining 49 per cent.

Tulsient is a systems development and integration company which has announced the launch of a comprehensive ERP package for the mail order business, Mail Order Manager (M-OM).

Priced at 1,50,000, the package covers a range of services from concept fulfilment to physical catalogue management and distribution, the release said.

The company expects revenues of 2 million in the first year from M-OM and related services. It is also in the process of launching two more ERP products, Television Sales Order Manager (TS-OM) and Website Order Manager (WS-OM).

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