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Since the beginning of this year, TMI spend over 3 millions bath on the IT investment. What are the major improvement? Why they spend so much money for just IT? Here, we have a chance to interview Mr. Theerasak Prasitratanaporn, IT Manager of Teera-Mongkol Industry Co., Ltd. Shortly after interview, we realized his word "The more the world change, the more TMI growth", is becoming true.

Teera-Mongkol Industry spend over 3 millions baht on the IT investment this year. Since our committee board believe in the power of information technology. "IT will empower the company and will drive the business flow of company to run smoother than before. We are reengineering the whole company, which will result in major changes of our company structures.", said Theerasak Prasitratanaporn, IT Manager of Teera-Mongkol Industry. Starting from the beginning of this year, TMI has implemented several IT projects such as Web Server, Mail Server, Print Server, Surveillance System, Wireless Lan, Payroll System, VoIP etc.  Most of the projects have been approved by Teera-Mongkol Industry board since the beginning of this year.

Not only the successful plan in the previous year, Teera-Mongkol Industry still have several going on projects such as Computer Integrated Power Meter, Bar Code Implementation, Stock Management, Business Flow Management, Accounting Information System, etc. All of the above projects requires extensive skills in IT technology. Once the company has successfully implemented all of the mentioned technologies, infrastructure of Teera-Mongkol Industry will be IT-based, which means it will be tracable, managable, systematic, and well-structured.

Theerasak also mentioned about the development of IT application to support e-commerce system that in the near future the company will implement the e-commerce service by adding the POS, shopping cart and e-service into the current application. This illustrates the growth plan of IT development in Teera-Mongkol Industry Co., Ltd. and support the statement that the more the world changes, the more TMI growth.

Last Updated on Saturday, 15 March 2008 05:21