Ramco invests into innovation in Melbourne

Ramco has announced that it is to set up an Asia-Pacific Centre of Excellence for Workforce Innovation in Melbourne, Australia. The aim of the new centre is to attract talent from across Australia to work on innovative technology for HR. Last year Melbourne was crowned Australia’s tech capital by the Australian Business Review, that followed the announcement of a four year plan by the City of Melbourne. The Lord Mayor Robert Doyle AC said: ”Our vision is for Melbourne to be recognised as the number one destination for start-ups and entrepreneurs to ‘start, grow and go global’, across Australia and Asia.”.

The city is already ranked 14th in the world and second in Asia according to the Tech Cities 2017 league by Savills, the international property consultants. The top city in Asia is Singapore at 10th where Ramco has its own innovation centre focused on developing technology for its products. It has developed one of the few interactive chat-bots for HR systems, is using data analytics to solve predictive maintenance and it is innovating with blockchain.

Read the full story at enterprisetimes.co.uk.

Victoria Krisman
Victoria Krisman is Interactive Media Specialist and Communications Manager for the Intelligent Community Forum.
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