Tat Hong chooses Ramco software

By Helen Wright01 December 2014

Singapore-based rental company Tat Hong said it would use equipment rental and asset management software from Ramco to manage its fleet.

Tat Hong said it operated over 1500 crawlers, mobile and tower cranes in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Hong Kong, China, Vietnam and Australia. It said it had previously run different software solutions, but would now use a single integrated platform from Ramco.

Ramco Equipment Rental and Asset Performance Management software features built-in analytics, mobility and integrates data visualisation using Google Maps.

Once implemented, Tat Hong said its senior managers and field staff would be able to use advanced analytics to synchronise customers’ demands with capacity and material resources, as well as manage fast-moving, short-term scheduling demands placed on service department and field service teams.

Lewis Ng, executive director of Tat Hong, said, “Ramco’s solution allows us to combine multiple functions on one single platform which can be accessed by field staff operating across multiple locations. This will allow us to monitor our asset performance and make smarter decisions, in short getting more out of our fleet of assets.”

And Ramco Systems CEO Virender Aggarwal added, “The partnership with Tat Hong illustrates how Ramco is able to transform heavy asset operators by migrating their functions seamlessly from multiple disparate systems to an integrated solution."

“Ramco is possibly the only solution provider globally that combines powerful asset management with equipment rental operations, supply chain and finance with mobility and advanced analytics on a single, integrated platform on cloud eliminating the need to manage multiple legacy systems”.

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