Ramco Systems receives the 2014 Frost & Sullivan India Customer Value Leadership Award for Enterprise Software
Mumbai, India – October 27, 2014 – Ramco Systems, an enterprise software company focusing on the enterprise cloud platform, products and services, has won the 2014 Frost & Sullivan India Customer Value Leadership Award for Enterprise Applications Software. The award was presented at the 6th Annual Growth, Innovation and Leadership Executive Congress (GIL 2014: India) held at the Taj Lands End Hotel in Mumbai, recently.
Frost & Sullivan’s Best Practices Awards are presented to a range of regional and global market players for their superior leadership, technological innovation, customer service, and strategic product development achievements. Frost & Sullivan's intent is to help drive innovation, excellence, and a positive change in the global economy by recognizing best-in-class products and companies.
On winning the award, Mr. Virender Aggarwal, CEO, Ramco Systems, said, “It’s a moment of pride for us to receive the 2014 Frost & Sullivan Award for Customer Value Leadership in Enterprise Applications. We’ve been revolutionizing the enterprise application space with our Cloud and mobile-based offerings and are now moving forward to the next phase of innovation – Wearable Devices. The award is a great boost to our efforts to build ‘customer-centric’ products. We are excited to see widespread acceptance of our offerings with customers and analysts giving it a thumbs up.”
Congratulating Ramco Systems on the award, Mr. Nishchal Khorana, Associate Director, ICT Practice, Frost & Sullivan said, "Ramco has been successful in creating customer value by offering solutions to address global business needs. Focus on technology advancements in line with global Mega Trends has been instrumental in supporting Ramco's positioning in the enterprise applications segment. Adopting cloud based platforms and enterprise mobility as a lever to innovation has helped Ramco accelerate growth and develop a competitive value proposition."