RamBase is a cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution that caters to businesses in high-tech manufacturing, mechanical manufacturing, non-food wholesale and auction companies. RamBase helps users to integrate data and processes across various departments and locations.
RamBase helps users to define sales pipelines, manage procurement, perform quality assurance tasks and more. The solution's production applications include bill of materials (BOM), process routing, master production schedule management, material requirement planning, shop floor control and capacity planning.
RamBase's logistics module gives users visibility into the incoming and outbound flow of goods, as well as in-house management. Users can track and manage freight rates, carriers, shipment tracking and approvals. RamBase also offers an integrated development platform to customize, adapt and extend the solution according to business needs.
Support is offered over the phone and via email. Pricing is per month.
If you are a manufacturing company, you will have complete controll of even the most complex manufacturing processes. I'm a bit unsure if it hits project-intesive companies just as good. I guess it depends on if you "make" something or not. If you do, RamBase is a winner. If your mainly into services it's maybe not the right choice
It just works. Preconfigured processes gives access to advanced functionalty almost right out of the box. The sales/delivery and procurement processes are closely tied together and all kinds of demands are calculated and re-calculated in realtime. This makes it nearly impossible to ignore the effect of your commitment against the customer.
In addition, a very fine-grained and detailed control in production gives tracing of all possible changes in your project. From the smallest "swap" in materials to large variation orders
You are a little bit locked into the RamBase preconfigured processes. But I know that this is an area that is undergoing changes the next couple of years, so i guess the users just have to be patient about this. The use of open webstandards throughout the product will at least make it possible to make it a very adaptable product