The domestic airline of New Caledonia, Société Calédonienne de Transports Aériens (Air Calédonie) has gone live with Ramco Systems Aviation (Ramco) M&E MRO Suite V5.8, a modern aviation ERP which will enable automation of maintenance, logistics, planning, engineering and shop floor activities and improve visibility of aircraft maintenance planning activity. Ramco’s M&E MRO Suite V5.8 replaces a 21 year old system with the airline.
“We are happy to announce the successful go-live of Ramco Aviation Suite at Air Calédonie,” said Eric Broutte, Technical Director, Air Calédonie. “The journey so far has been both eventful & challenging. Our future vision is to complement our core system with Ramco’s mobility solutions, in our shop floors, warehouses and cockpits.”
“The prevailing pandemic situation has given us a chance to design an aviation industry fit for the future,” said Virender Aggarwal, CEO, Ramco Systems. “It is during these tough times that operators like Air Calédonie are leveraging the latest technological stacks to transform their businesses. We are confident that Ramco’s rich functionalities and deep domain expertise, bundled with next-gen technology will help Air Calédonie’s automate operations, enabling efficient aircraft utilization.”
With modules for Engineering & CAMO, Maintenance, Supply Chain Management, Compliance, Quality & Reliability Management, Employee certification management, MRO execution, Book Keeping and Accounts Payables, Ramco Aviation Suite V5.8 enables Air Calédonie to reduce manual effort and costs for aircraft maintenance planning activities, and conduct efficient analysis of aircraft utilization. The solution is integrated with the finance system of Air Calédonie, allowing it to systemize inventory tracking and improve inventory turnover and cost tracking.
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