LBC, Ramco partner for unified HR solution

LOGISTICS and remittance company LBC Express Inc. has forged a deal with Ramco Systems for its human-resource (HR) unified solution, covering its 8,000 work force.

Following the agreement, LBC will implement Ramco HCM integrated with Global Payroll across its businesses in over 30 countries worldwide.

This is aimed at automating employee services so the HR team can focus more on strategic initiatives for its people.

“In a service-centric atmosphere, our associates [employees] play a pivotal role in ensuring we deliver on our commitment to customers,” said Jhayner V. Bhufi, chief people officer of LBC Express. “We wanted a simplified, but operationally rich HR software that can address our complete HR needs.”

The unified Web-based application from Ramco includes modules for Core HR, time and attendance, leave management, employee self service and recruitment.

Workers can get real-time access to data through SMS chat, mail transactions and Chatbot, among others. All these can help lessen employee support cost, time and effort.

“Some of our next-generation, intuitive features, like Chatbots and Mobility, have been garnering interest [in the local market],” noted Virender Aggarwal, Ramco Systems CEO.

With these features, the top executive of LBC said Ramco HCM fits their requirements.

“We look forward to leveraging the application in creating a highly engaged and empowered work force,” he said.

Trusted by more than 400 international clients, Ramco HCM and Global Payroll with time and attendance complies with statutory requirements and taxes across over 35 nations and has partnerships to cover the payroll for 108 countries.

With a wide coverage of Asia Pacific, Middle East and Australia, Ramco Global Payroll covers the Philippines, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, China and India, among others in AsPac; all of GCC and Egypt, Nigeria, Ghana, Sudan and Republic of South Africa in Middle East-Africa; and Australia, New Zealand, the United States and the United Kingdom.

“Our recent entry into the Philippine market has started yielding significant results. With rapid economic growth, the Philippines had been showing greater adopting for innovative technology,” Aggarwal said. “The addition of LBC Express to our growing Filipino clientele further strengthens our footprint in the region paving way for major inroads into the market.”


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