Our company “Opus Technology Limited” provides a complete solution “DOSTAVI” Supply Chain Management System for Corporate any others organization, Garments, Government Bank, Manufacturing & service and financial organization. 

It encompasses the integrated planning and execution of processes required to optimize the flow of materials, information and financial capital in the areas that broadly include demand planning, sourcing, production, inventory management and storage, transportation — or logistics — and return for excess or defective products. Both business strategy and specialized software are used in these endeavors to create a competitive advantage. Effective supply chain management also requires change management, collaboration and risk management to create alignment and communication between all the entities. In addition, supply chain sustainability — which covers environmental, social and legal issues, in addition to sustainable procurement — and the closely related concept of corporate social responsibility — which evaluates a company’s effect on the environment and social well-being — are areas of major concern for today’s companies.

Features of our Accounting Management System

Processing Customer Requirements

SCMS can help enhance the speed of customer requirement processing. This includes checking for raw material availability, product manufacturing, and passing the product to the logistics team. The software can track the entire process, and ensure that the product is delivered on time.

Inventory Management

In warehouses, managers can use SCMS to effectively manage the quantity of stocked goods. The software can also help support inventory concerns such as asset management, replenishment lead time, and future inventory and price forecasting.

Purchase Order Processing

With SCMS, the purchase order processes are usually automated. It reduces time and effort needed to generate and manage purchase orders. Pre-defined parameters can be set up to replenish inventories, generate serial numbers for product shipments, and track inventory costs.

Supplier Relationship Management

The strategic planning and managing of all supplier interactions can be accomplished with SCMS. The software can be used to assess the supplier’s assets and capabilities and compare them with the organizations business strategy.

Warehouse Managment

SCMS can effectively support a warehouse management system in the movement and storage of products. SCMS can quickly process transactions such a picking, placing, receiving, and shipping.


Corporations have turned increasingly to global sources for their supplies. This globalization of supply management has forced companies to look for more effective ways to coordinate the flow of materials into and out of the company.

Companies and Distribution Channels

Companies and distribution channels compete more today on the basis of time and quality. Having a defect-free product to the customer faster and more reliably than the competition is no longer seen as competitive advantage but simply a requirement to be in the market. Customers demand products consistently delivered faster, exactly on time, and with no damage. Each of these necessitates closer coordination with supplier and distributors

Global Orientation and Increased Performance

The global orientation and increased performance based competition combined with rapidly changing technology and economic conditions all contribute to market place uncertainty. This uncertainty requires great flexibility on the part of individual companies and distribution channels, which in turn demand more flexibility in channel relationship.


Brands we work with

Our “DOSTAVI” Supply Chain Management system is being used in the renowned clients like bKash Limited, Brick & Bridges and Merit Real Estate & Development Limited. The objective of every supply chain is to maximize the overall value generated. The value a supply chain generates is the difference between what the final product is worth to the customer and the cost of supply chain incurs in filling the customer's request. For most commercial supply chains, value will be strongly correlated with supply chain profitability i.e. the difference between the revenue generated from the customer and the overall cost across the supply chain.