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Ramco and WNS Partner for HR Outsourcing
Ramco Systems, an enterprise software product company focused on delivering ERP applications on cloud, tablets, and smartphones, recently entered into a

hr practices in indian industries  (PaaS) space where Ramco’s HR platform will be the base on which WNS will package its human resources outsourcing (HRO) services to its customers across industries.   Built on Ramco’s VirtualWorks platform with a model-based software development architecture, Ramco’s Human Capital Management (HCM) suite will draw upon WNS’ experience in people management practices and process management, and Ramco’s cloud-based technology to provide systems and managed services to clients. With features like

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Competing in a Big-box World: How Retailers Can Leverage Technology to Thrive in Today’s Retail Environment


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