In this article published in Cargo Talk, Naval Sabharwal, Global Head – Supply Chain and Logistics, Ramco Systems outlines some of the critical objectives that logistics service providers want to achieve in the year 2021 and the technology trends that will help them reach their goal.
In this article published by Financial Express, Ramesh SivaSubramanian, Global Head of Innovations, forecasts the technology trends that will arise in the workplace during 2021.
Technology Evaluation Centers in this article throw light on how Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), edge computing, low-code platforms, chatbots, and other technologies are being developed at Ramco Systems and how they will be increasingly used by organizations in various industries
Harsh Vardhan, president and head – ERP Solutions, pens a commentary on how hospitals can undertake a true digital transformation to greatly optimize their services.
In this article in Times of India, Ramco Systems finds a mention on how it has implemented virtual hiring and onboarding, as well as its expectations for potential recruits
Harsh Vardhan, president and head – ERP Solutions, makes the case for hospitals to undergo a true digital transformation and outlines how they can make it a reality.
In this article published in Aerospace Tech Review, Ramco’s Remote collaboration tool integrated within Mechanic Anywhere mobile app has been featured highlighting how Aircraft mechanics and technicians collaborate with other technicians and supervisors remotely using chat, video call and screensharing.
In this article in Aviation Week, Ramco Systems finds a mention on how it is faring well in the Aviation market, which is currently experiencing a downturn.
In a continuation of AvBuyer's article on Business Aviation Maintenance Tracking Software, Saravanan Rajarajan, Head of Solution Consulting at Ramco Aviation Solutions, speaks about how Ramco Aviation's AI/ML powered solution meets the key needs of challenging business aircraft maintenance
Times of India's recent article highlights how companies like Ramco Systems are developing facial recognition and AI technologies to help enterprises drive back-to-work policies