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Mother Dairy signs 5-year ERP deal with Ramco Systems

17/06/2014 by


Indian milk and dairy vendor Mother Dairy has signed a 5-year ERP deal with Chennai-based Ramco Systems.

The ERP agreement with Ramco Systems will enable Mother Dairy to connect its network of 30+ subcontractors with an end-to-end ERP that can integrate with its existing SAP instance at the principal site.

In phase I, subcontractors of Mother Dairy’s Ice Cream business have gone live on the solution, enabling Mother Dairy to get better control over purchase, visibility of supply, ensure centralised approvals, quicker MRP and better product traceability. Mother Dairy is benefitting from track consumption pattern, trace batch quality, centralise approval of price list, and manage inventory.

Annie Mathew, CIO, Mother Dairy Fruit & Vegetable, said: “Though our internal ERP is on-premise, the benefits of a Cloud solution coupled with the strength of Ramco to offer a comprehensive, flexible and simple to use ERP which can seamlessly integrate with our in-house application tilted the decision in their favor.”

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