Ramco Systems has opened new offices in Melbourne which will double as the Oceania Headquarters for the company.
It was also announced at the opening that SeaRoad Holdings, SeaRoad Shipping and SeaRoad Logistics’ parent group, have chosen to engage with Ramco Logistics Suite.
Since its launch in Australia in 2012, Ramco has seen a record growth in business, with this market contributing 11 per cent to the overall revenue in FY 2016. The strategic decision to focus on two key offerings – Global Payroll and Logistics as an Industry vertical – has helped the region yield good results.
“The appetite of Australian businesses to adopt disruptive technologies and test new waters has been a key driver behind Ramco’s growth in the region,” says P.R. Venketrama Raja, Vice Chairman & Managing Director, Ramco Systems. “We have been able to win the trust of some of the largest conglomerates and business houses and are thrilled by the progress made.”
Ramco intends to work with the Government aimed at transforming Victoria into a pivotal business destination in the Asia Pacific.
With notable recent business pick-ups like GMK Logistics in Australia, AAI Philippines and Nationwide Couriers in Malaysia, Ramco has seen rapid growth in the logistics domain.
SeaRoad, an Australian integrated transport and logistics service provider, will replace its legacy system with an integrated suite from Ramco. This will cover transport management, fleet management, warehouse management, Hub management, logistics command center, customer and Vendor contracting, finance and accounting and human capital management including Australia payroll.
By integrating Ramco Logistics Suite, SeaRoad will experience seamless transactions across its business divisions ensuring better visibility and streamlined operations. In addition, with the inclusion of workforce via Mobility and electronic integration with Customers and Suppliers, all audiences of SeaRoad will be addressed under a single platform.
The logistics services industry is the backbone of global supply chains and is expected to integrate and support complex processes in real-time, using future-ready technologies. Addressing the need, Ramco Systems built a logistics solution, an integrated, end-to-end, cloud-based platform targeted at third-party logistics firms, freight forwarding companies, and courier firms among others.