Cloud-based software vendor Ramco Systems’ said it won a multi-million dollar order from Philippines-based logistics and money transfer company LBC Express, a year after getting its first order from the company.
The first order was to deploy a cloud-based HR management system, while the latest order is in the nature of ERP deployment to manage the company’s logistics and supply chain operations across its 1,300 global branches and 121 warehouses.
Ramco said it won against global players.
India-based players like Ramco, who operate in a highly cost-conscious society, often work at higher levels of efficiency compared to global players and are able to provide better pricing.
“Logistics operations is the lifeline of our business. The decision to replace our existing systems with a new-age Logistics suite is aimed at gaining complete visibility of operations to arrest revenue leakage and improve productivity,” said Mike Camahort, GEO, LBG Express.
Ramco’s software suite comprises of modules, such as HR management, ERP and so on.
The system has support for managing freight-forwarding, courier planning, rating and billing, as well as end-to-end warehouse, fleet and supply chain management, the Chennai-based company said.
“We are very excited about implementing Ramco Logistics ERP to improve international visibility and tracking. We were impressed by the streamlined, intuitive interface and look forward to leveraging technological innovation like this to power our global growth,” said Alfie Deato, ClO, LBC Express.
LBC is the Philippines’ market leader in retail and corporate courier & cargo, money remittance, and logistics services. It has over 6,400 branches, hubs & warehouses, partners, and agents in over 30 countries. It is also listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange through LBC Express Holdings.