Ramco Systems announced the results for the fourth quarter and financial year ending 2015-16.
For the year ended March 31, 2016 (FY: 2015-16), global income of Ramco Systems Limited was USD 69.97m (Rs 454 cr). The net profit after tax for the year stood at USD 6.03m (Rs 39.2cr). Revenue from markets outside India stood at 74% compared to 72% the previous year.
For the quarter ended March 31, 2016 (Q4: 2015-16), global consolidated income of Ramco Systems Limited stood at USD 18.57m (Rs 124.7 cr). The revenue showed a healthy growth of 12% YoY in dollar terms and 22% YoY on constant currency. The net profit after tax for the quarter, amounted to USD 1.55m (Rs.10.4 cr).
Commenting on the results, P.R. Venketrama Raja, Vice Chairman and Managing Director, Ramco Systems, said, “The last few years have helped us leap ahead and gain global recognition for bringing latest Innovation into the Enterprise applications market. The results of this focus led to the launch of our first Innovation lab in Singapore co-funded by Singapore Government and anchor partner Air France Industries KLM E&M. Our vision is to be known as an Innovative, Disruptive Enterprise Software provider, globally.”
Commenting on the business growth, Virender Aggarwal, CEO – Ramco Systems, said, “ASEAN & ANZ have shown tremendous growth this financial year with major contribution to the new order book. Going forward, while the momentum in these markets continue, the thrust will be to replicate the success formula across other markets, too. We have been seeing good traction from large Consulting/ Managed Service Providers looking for a robust platform to build services around them. This trend will help increase our HR & Payroll platform reach out to a wider user base.
On technology front, conversational BOTS (interactive software that automates routine tasks) is an area of great interest and potential as they can bring tremendous business value. They are all set to change the way users interact and leverage their enterprise systems. At Ramco, prototypes and use cases around leveraging BOTS in HR support, MRO as well as Manufacturing is being tested.”