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Global enterprise software specialist Ramco Systems will implement Ramco ERP Software at real estate provider DLF Limited, to digitally transform DLF’s business operations end-to-end.  

Ramco Systems will implement its next-gen intelligent ERP with real estate specific modules including Finance, Procurement, Property Development & Sales, Leasing & Utility billing, Asset Management and Project Management.

In addition to automating and integrating all construction, marketing, sales and rental operations, the project aims to redesign processes using the latest digital technologies. The solution will provide DLF management with real time information and control from anywhere and anytime, right from mobile, Ramco Systems said in a release.

Pro-active alerts on mobile and friendly chat bots would automate routine customer interactions. Every aspect of the operations of DLF are being reviewed and a new process using Digital technologies will be implemented. Beyond harmonising and standardising data on a unified platform, Ramco’s enterprise platform will focus on optimising business processes and operations thus improving productivity.  

DLF Limited Group CFO Vivek Anand said, “We have a decade long relationship with RAMCO. The ERP solution will allow us to access highly predictive and prescriptive analytics as we enter the next phase of growth.The digitisation offers our customers and internal stakeholders a seamless ERP and digital experience.” 

Ramco Systems CEO Virender Aggarwal said, “Our understanding of the real estate process and DLF’s business gives us great confidence that Ramco ERP will help DLF standardize on industry best practices while leveraging next gen technology for process optimisation and delivering superior customer experience.” 

Ramco ERP has been delivering significant innovation, cost savings, and superior business processes to global organisations.

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