Cazar inks Ramco cloud solution deal
Dubai, November 12, 2013
Leading recruitment technology provider Cazar has joined hands with Ramco Systems to provide a fully integrated HR and recruitment cloud-based solution to enterprises.
The partnership will address business opportunities in Middle East and APAC regions where Cazar has its operations, said a top official.
"With cloud technology, organisations don’t need to spend years implementing complex solutions that rarely deliver value by the time they are rolled out. Enterprise customers today want flexible, scalable tools that are mobile, easy to maintain and designed to be implemented in a few months," remaarked Guy Rickett, the CEO of Cazar.
"We have been doing this with our recruitment platform for over a decade now and know that clients are looking for an equivalent solution for their HR function. We are delighted to be partnering with Ramco, whose expertise this is," he stated.
Whilst Cazar is specialised in recruitment technology and employer branding, Ramco handles a comprehensive range of HR segments such as payroll, talent management and employee development. When combined, customers have access to the most advanced suite that slashes implementation time and reduces investment costs, said Rickett.
Virender Aggarwal, the CEO of Ramco Systems said: "Our solutions complement themselves perfectly. Built with mobility, user-interface, social, in-memory & context-aware features Ramco HCM on Cloud offers next generation user experience and covers the entire HR life-cycle."
"Along with Cazar we aim to deliver a comprehensive multi-tenant, cloud-based talent acquisition and HCM solution with advanced technology, mobility and flexibility," he noted.
Customers such as Rakbank, Emirates Airlines, Sharaf Group and Red Tag are already benefiting from Ramco’s HCM solution, while Cazar works with some of the biggest employers in the Middle East, such as Al Futtaim, Qatar Airways and DP World.-TradeArabia News Service
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