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Ramco Systems bags Mohan Clothing deal

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Chennai , Sept. 28

RAMCO Systems has won an order from Mohan Clothing Company Ltd, known for the Blackberrys brand in the men's apparel industry.

Blackberrys would be implementing the discrete production suite of Ramco e.Applications including sales, finance, inventory, purchase, discrete production, quality control and human resources.

The solution would be delivered on Microsoft platform and the project is expected to go live by January 31, 2006, says a Ramco press release.

Ramco's solution would help Blackberrys in accurate sales forecasts and sales cycle automation, warehouse management, automated sampling process and inventory management, it said.

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