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ramco-400x270Chennai-based IT company Ramco Systems has forged a deal with SeaRoad Holdings, a Melbourne-based logistic service provider for its Ramco Logistics Suite.

The company announced the deal in Melbourne in the presence of Indian Consul General Manika Jain and Daniel Mulino, Victorian Parliamentary Secretary for Treasury and Finance.

It was also announced that its Melbourne office will serve as the company’s headquarters in Australia. It has been operating in Australia since 2012 with a focus on payroll and logistics, and this country now accounts for 11% of the company’s overall revenue.

“The appetite of Australian businesses to adopt disruptive technologies and test new waters has been a key driver behind Ramco’s growth in the region. This new office in Melbourne will also become the Oceania headquarters for Ramco,” said P R Venketrama Raja, Vice Chairman and Managing Director Ramco Systems.

“Ramco’s decision to base their Oceania HQ in Melbourne strengthens Victoria’s growing reputation as a leading destination for global business and tech investment,” said Philip Dalidakis, Minister for Small Business, Innovation and Trade.

The company will soon be opening a Sydney office for further strengthening its base in Australia. Ramco Systems is a leading software company focused on consulting, product and managed services business.

The company focuses on providing innovative business solutions that can be delivered quickly and cost-effectively in complex environments.

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