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Ramco to digitise HR operation of Ranhill Holdings Berhad across Malaysia

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Ranhill Holdings Berhad has signed a strategic deal with Ramco Systems to digitise its human resources operations covering over 3,000 employees across its 5 entities in Malaysia.

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Ranhill Holdings Berhad has signed a strategic deal with to digitise its human resources operations covering over 3,000 employees across its 5 entities in , said a statement. Ramco said that it has beaten local and international vendors to secure the deal with Johor-headquartered , a Malaysian conglomerate with interest in the environment and power sectors, providing water supply services, operate water and wastewater treatment plants, and develop, own and operate two power plants in Sabah.

Under this agreement, Ramco will implement its human capital management (HCM) solution to harmonize a full spectrum of HR, Payroll and Employee Self Services (ESS) functions into a single integrated system. In addition to Core HR components like Recruitment, Attendance and Talent Management, Ramco will also introduce Advanced Reporting and Analytics capabilities into Ranhill Holdings and its subsidiaries. After implementation, employees will be able to view their leave, claims and payslips on mobile, tablets and desktops.

“Our move to Johor – the site of our largest operating centre – has enabled us strengthen our core business and better service our customers. Leveraging cutting-edge technology that not only meets our complex HR needs, but also centralizes our resources was the need of the hour. With in-built latest technology stacks, mobility and other user-friendly features on a unified platform, Ramco's integrated HCM solution will help us in our growth and expansion plan in establishing ourselves as a world class company. We will now be able to optimize available resources and deliver quality services, and substantially improve our efficiency by ‘doing more with less', with this technological transformation,” said Abdul Aziz Jameran, Head of the Group Human Capital Division of Ranhill Holdings Berhad.

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