Ramco, LBC Express renew digital ties

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Within a short span of signing its first agreement for Ramco HR on Cloud, LBC Express, the Philippines’ leading logistics and remittance brand, has signed a multi-million dollar repeat order with Ramco Systems to unify and automate its logistics and supply chain operations across its 1,300 global branches and 121 warehouses.

LBC Express chose Ramco’s Logistics Suite over global providers for its nimble, streamlined cloud offerings. On top of HR and Payroll functions, Ramco’s mobile-friendly platform includes modules for freight-forwarding, courier planning,  rating and billing, as well as end-to-end warehouse, fleet and supply chain management.

It is equipped with chatbots and advanced analytics capabilities to improve company-wide visibility and hub management.

“We are pleased to partner with Ramco for the second time following a very successful first year with their cloud HR and payroll solution. Logistics operations are 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. We are excited to reaffirm our trust on Ramco to enable us to take the digital leap in this fast-changing and highly competitive segment,” said  Mike Camahort, COO of LBC Express

Alfie Deado, LBC’s CIO said the logistics industry is undergoing rapid digitization and disruption and 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.”

PR Venketrama Raja, Chairman of Ramco Group has recognized the Philippines as a highly promising market and is adopting next-generation enterprise technology at a rapid rate.

“We are glad to have built such a strong track record with providers like LBC Express and look forward to expanding our presence in the fast-growing Southeast Asian region.”

Ramco Logistics Software is an integrated cloud-based platform for logistics and courier service providers seeking high-performance logistics software.

“Asia has seen a steep increase in logistics investments, thanks to eCommerce boom, greater mobile and internet penetration. The changing dynamics of the logistics industry has brought both challenges and opportunities to logistics service providers. To survive and compete in this ‘uber’ economy, traditional Logistics companies need to reinvent themselves. We are glad to be enabling organizations to thrive and build their competitive niche by embracing digital technologies,” added Virender Aggarwal, CEO of Ramco Systems.

Ramco’s integrated end-to-end solution links all stages of a logistics chain and brings all functionalities under a single platform. The solution is flexible, scalable and cognitive, and has attracted numerous customers worldwide.

 

Ramco and LBC official during the signing rites. From left are Naval Sabharwal, Ramco’s Global Head Logistics; Ramar Aiyar, Country Manager; Virender Aggarwal, Chief Executive Officer; PR Venketrama Raja, chairman of Ramco Group; Subbaraman Ramaswamy , Ramco Vice President for Asia; LBC officers led by Miguel Angel Camahort, President and COO; Alexander Francis Beato, SVP Phil Operations; Rene Fuentes, SVP for Overseas Retail and Systems Operations; and Enrique V. Rey, Chief of Risk, Audit, Investor Relations and Compliance Office and current OIC of Finance.

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