October 08, 2012
BANGALORE, India, Oct. 5 — Ramco Systems, an enterprise software company focused on enterprise cloud platform, products and services, today announced the availability of Ramco ERP on Cloud on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
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Buoyed by the success of its cloud offerings in the Indian market, Ramco has announced the availability of Ramco ERP on Cloud on the AWS platform for the global market. Ramco ERP on Cloud is built on Ramco VirtualWorks - an SOA-based, multi-tenant, model-driven and integrated virtual enterprise architecture that integrates the business processes and provides real time visibility into performance, along with unprecedented flexibility.
Commenting on the affiliation, Mr. Virender Aggarwal, CEO – Ramco Systems said, “We are excited to launch Ramco ERP on Cloud on AWS. With this, global customers will now get to experience a flexible, scalable, comprehensive and powerful ERP solution on the AWS Cloud. Globally, there is a surging demand for functionally rich enterprise class solution on the Cloud. AWS provided us with an infrastructure platform that is acknowledged worldwide by customers as being reliable, elastic and cost-effective. We are confident that the combination of AWS’s infrastructure and Ramco’s cloud offering will bring unmatched value to customers.”
We are excited that Ramco Systems has chosen to launch their Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution on AWS and leverage our on-demand, pay as you go, global cloud platform,” said Terry Wise, Director of Worldwide Partner Ecosystem, Amazon Web Services. “By leveraging AWS, Ramco Systems and their global customer base will be able to quickly implement ERP, accelerate their time to market, and save significant infrastructure and operational costs.”
With Ramco ERP running on the highly scalable AWS platform, companies can easily extend their global reach to grow their business without worrying about infrastructure resources or incurring any capital expenses. Companies will get to automate and integrate all functions and processes within the organization, reduce their time to benefit, and get the power of analytics. Ramco ERP on Cloud has functionalities covering Process & Discrete Production, Cost Planning & Control, Human Capital Management, Supply Chain Management, Customer Relationship Management, Financial Management, Maintenance Management, Asset Management, and MIS Reports. The solution provides boardroom to control room connect (automation to analytics/performance management), offering superior reporting, comprehensive querying and analysis capabilities.To get more information of how Ramco ERP on AWS can support your business, click here.
About Ramco Systems:
Ramco Systems provides next generation, end-to-end enterprise solutions that render complete transformation of the business in real time. Built on Ramco’s proprietary platform—Ramco VirtualWorks®, all Ramco products are cloud architected by design and address the entire business cycle from transaction to analytics. Part of the USD 1 Billion Ramco Group, the company offers ERP, HCM, SCM, CRM, Financials, Asset Management, Process Control, Project Management and Analytics to 40+ verticals on the most appropriate cloud model—public, private and community. Ramco focuses on providing innovative business solutions that can be delivered quickly and cost-effectively in complex environments. Globally, Ramco has over 150,000 users from 1000+ customer organizations across 35 countries. The company currently has 17 offices spread across India, USA, Canada, Europe, Middle East, South Africa and APAC and employs over 1,800 employees.For more information, please visit www.ramco.com; Follow Ramco on Twitter@ramcosystems/read latest news & updates on http://www.ramcoblog.com/
Source: Ramco systems
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