Dear Seniors,
Please throw some light on how the ERP SOFTWARES are supporting the generation of on-line ESI AND EPF STATEMENTS, as our company is planning to buy an ERP software.
Why I am checking here is, the ERP vendors are all claiming that it will work. But, if we ask for demo, they are not coming back with answers. That is why?
Please help me.
4th July 2013 From India, Madras

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Hello Ashish, Thanks for the response. can you tell me how it generates the statements by automatically or we need to manually work on it and genereate them? cheers, Advaidhi.
4th July 2013 From India, Madras
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Hello Avaidhi,
Please follow the link Relyon: Official Corporate Website
Ask them to provide demo for online and offline module both.
5th July 2013 From India, Pune
'EmpXtrack' solution provides 14 days Free Trial. It is an ERP for HR function and caters not only for Payroll (including ESI & EPF), but for complete HRMS.
Since your company is looking for an ERP, do have a look at 'EmpXtrack' before you take a decision.
5th July 2013 From India, Delhi
Which erp are you looking at ?
Sarla is not an erp.
Sap and oracle both have hr modules
Plus they have specific localisation modules that provide for local statutory requirements (plus lakhs / cross and debit / credit which sap and oracle don't have)
The reasons they are not showing it is probably cause they don't have it.
Speak to other companies they have already worked with and check if they are satisfied with the solutions provided wrt pf and esic.
In the worst case, you will need to generate data from sap and upload it in the pf esic systems.
Some software also have the ability to interface with sap / oracle, pull relevant data from it and give it in the format that the statutory authorities want
13th August 2013 From India, Mumbai
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