It is a well-known fact that any major IT upgrade in an organization is a time consuming affair. And when it comes to ERP, the implementation takes sometimes well over a year. Or does it?
What started out as Hansung Airlines, in Seoul, South Korea, back in early 2004 was reborn as T’way in 2010 under a new leadership team with a distinct vision. Since then, the carrier has received an incredible response. As the next step, the management had decided to have a strong backing on the IT front. And that is where Ramco stepped in with its Aviation Suite to meet the ERP needs of T’way.
Radisson Blu Edwardian hotels are a collection of luxury hotels spread across London, Heathrow and Manchester. With a turnover of more than $22bn, Radisson is part of the hospitality industry giant, Carlson. With its large number of employees, Radisson faced critical problems in managing them. Ramco ERP on Cloud significantly helped Radisson in steering its Human Capital onto an efficient route.
Ramco Systems specialize in providing Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) services. Its clientele includes over 1,000 companies, from across 35 countries. With more than 150,000 users and 17 offices in various nations, Ramco had turned to Amazon Web Services (AWS) to solve its computing and server provision requirements. Over the years, Ramco has availed numerous services from AWS.
Ramco Systems partnered with Adani Logistics to integrate different logistical functions of the business, and optimize consignment handling and re-handling. Cycle times were reduced and problems associated with version control were eliminated.