Ramssol inks strategic partnership with Ramco Systems to expand market share

Ramco CEO Sundar Subramanian (left) and Ramssol group managing director and chief executive officer Datuk Seri Cllement Tan Chee Seng (right)

KUALA LUMPUR: Ramssol Group Bhd’s wholly-owned subsidiary, RAMS Solutions Sdn Bhd inked a strategic partnership with Ramco Systems Sdn Bhd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of India-based Ramco System (Ramco).

In a joint statement, Ramssol and Ramco said the partnership marks a significant milestone for both parties, signalling a strong alliance poised to capture a substantial market share.

"As part of the partnership, Ramssol will distribute, resell, and implement Ramco’s enterprise applications, especially the recently launched AI-ML powered Ramco Payce, in the Southeast Asia region, including Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore, Vietnam, and the Philippines,” it said.

Ramssol group managing director and chief executive officer (CEO), Datuk Seri Cllement Tan Chee Seng said the strategic partnership with Ramco represents a significant enhancement to the company’s service offerings.

"Ramco’s enterprise applications are expected to receive a strong reception in the market, further strengthening our position in the region.

"Our deep understanding of the Southeast Asia market and successful track record make us the ideal partner for Ramco as it looks to strengthen its footprint and jointly aim for a sales target of US$10 million order bookings over a period of time,” he added.

Ramco CEO Sundar Subramanian added that the partnership would bolster the group’s presence in Asia and drive substantial growth. - Bernama

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