LBC taps India’s Ramco to upgrade software, enhance operations

By Rizal Raoul Reyes

Courier firm LBC Express hasentered into a partnership with Chennai, India-based Ramco Systems to upgrade its software solutions, a move that will strengthen its logistics and supply chain operations around the world.

LBC Express, Ramco officials during the signing of the software upgrade agreement. (RRR)

Photo shows LBC Express and Ramco officials during the signing of the software upgrade agreement

The decision to use Ramco’s new-age Logistics suite “is aimed at gaining complete visibility of operations to arrest revenue leakage and improve productivity,” Miguel Angel Camahort, chief executive officer of LBC Express, said. “We are pleased to partner with Ramco for the second time following a very successful first year with their Cloud HR and payroll solution.”

Software installation will take effect anywhere within 10 to 12 months across LBC Express’s 1,300 global branches and 121 warehouses. Its new software investments will also enable LBC to enhance its business to business (B2B) operations.

Ramco’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) system will also allow the company to improve its international visibility and tracking, Alexander Francis D. Deato, the chief information officer of LBC, said.

“We were impressed by the streamlined, intuitive interface and look forward to leveraging technological innovation like this to power our full growth,” Deato said.

Ramco Logistics Software is an integrated cloud-based platform for logistics and courier service providers seeking a high-performance logistics software. Its integrated end-to-end solution connects all stages of a logistics chain and deliver all functionalities under a single platform.

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