Nov 27: Chennai-based Ramco Systems Ltd, a leading enterprise software company focusing on enterprise cloud platform, products and services, has won an order from Saudi-based Mega Manpower company, Al Jazeera Support Services Company-MEHAN.
According to Ramco, MEHAN is a closed joint stock company providing rental manpower needed by government, business sectors and individuals and the order is to implement Ramco ERP for Services (Services Resource Planning) Suite.
“Ramco ERP for Services addresses people-centric businesses offering project management that is tightly integrated with HCM & Finance modules. It supports both Milestone and T&M (Time and Materials) based project models and comes with modules for recruitment, contract & contractor management, thus ensuring a consolidated business view of the organization,” it said.
Hani AlSulaim, CEO, Al Jazeera Support Services Company – MEHAN, said, “with rapid economic development in the Kingdom, the staffing industry is gaining increased prominence. In order to break out, we needed to have better visibility and control over operations. Embracing future-ready technology and innovation in process management would be instrumental to achieve the desired level of operational efficiency. Keeping these factors in mind, we zeroed in on Ramco ERP as our technology backbone. The functional depth and domain expertise brought in by Ramco’s offering will help us optimize our resources, thus arresting revenue leakage and improving profitability.”
According to Virender Aggarwal, CEO, Ramco Systems, “integrating HR, finance and project management and leveraging the best of cloud and mobility is driving services organizations to embrace ERP scale applications. We are glad to be in the midst of where the action is getting built. Our association with MEHAN will help them take a digital leap and provide an edge in better addressing the growing market needs.”