Chennai, INDIA – August 21, 2018 – Global cloud enterprise software provider to multinational and Fortune 500 companies worldwide, Ramco Systems, announced that it has clinched top honours at the Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Awards for the second consecutive year.
Assessed based on business performance, strategic execution, stakeholder integration and innovation, among other factors, Ramco — which specialises in Contingent Workforce Management, Multi-Country Payroll and HR software — took home the Asia-Pacific Talent Management Technology Competitive Strategy Innovation and Leadership Award.
Ramco’s cloud, mobile and bot-friendly HCM with Global Payroll is built with industry best practices and employee engagement in mind. Ramco’s recent innovations including Facial Recognition-based Time and Attendance, Voice and Text-based UIs that automate most commonly used HR related tasks, have been revolutionizing the HR space.
Congratulating Ramco on its win, Nishchal Khorana, Director – Digital Transformation, Asia-Pacific, Frost & Sullivan, said, “Talent management continues to be the top priority for leading organizations. The ability to effectively and seamlessly plan, recruit, onboard, appraise, develop, and manage talent activities is emerging as a key differentiator. Ramco Systems demonstrates a strong understanding of changing talent management needs and challenges. The company focuses on integrating technologies like chatbots and facial recognition into its cloud offering, creating compelling value proposition for businesses. Innovative products combined with an effective GTM approach has resulted in significant success over the year, with several strategic customer wins.”
Commenting on the win, Virender Aggarwal, CEO, Ramco Systems, said, “Ramco HCM integrated with Global Payroll, continues to win global awards, a testament to our long track record and market leadership in the fast-growing Asia-Pacific region. Asia is truly a hotbed of research and innovation. From Voice-based UIs to conversational Bots and beyond, we will continue to disrupt the enterprise software market and discover new and exciting ways for people to work.”
Complete with chatbots and facial recognition-based workforce management, organizations can deploy Ramco HCM on-cloud, on premise or leverage as a managed service. The multi-tenant architecture with embedded intelligence and device agnostics features now serves more than 450 customers worldwide. With innovative concepts of Haptic Design, Context-sensitive Pop-ups and Chatbots to carry out self-service, Ramco has been setting the benchmark for Innovation in this segment. With statutory compliance across 45+ countries covering ANZ, Asia (including Japan & China), Middle-East & Africa, UK and Ireland, Ramco’s Global Payroll is available in English, Japanese, Mandarin, Bahasa, Thai, Malay, Arabic among others.
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