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Ramco Systems bags multi-million-dollar software deal from AP Cargo

/ 05:55 PM August 09, 2018

Ramco Systems has bagged a multi-million-dollar software deal from AP Cargo Logistic Network Corp., the Philippines’ leading domestic provider of express logistics for air cargo and other goods.

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AP Cargo will implement Ramco Systems’ Logistics Software to streamline its freight operations nationwide.

Ramco–an award-winning provider of enterprise software on cloud, mobile and tablets– beat local and global vendors to secure the partnership with AP Cargo.

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It will roll out its integrated Logistics platform bundled with next-gen Finance and HR, for the benefit of more than 1,600 employees, covering over 500+ fleet, reducing manual workloads and generating cost savings while automating tedious administrative tasks.

As part of the agreement, Ramco will implement its unified, mobile-friendly modules for transport management, hub management; warehouse management, fleet management, visibility; rating and billing, finance and accounting, integrated with end-to-end HR and Payroll compliant with Philippines’ statutory requirements at AP Cargo.

Ramco, which set up its Philippine subsidiary in mid-2016 has been witnessing stupendous growth in the region, with nearly 40% of the new order booking for APAC in 2017-18 coming from the Philippines. Ramco’s continuous thrust on Logistics segment and focus on employing some of the innovative minds locally, has been strengthening the company’s position in the region./ac

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