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Global Aviation Software Vendor Ramco Systems Goes Live at Air India

BASEL, Switzerland, December 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Across 64 stations, 240 Warehouses maintaining 125+ aircrafts including 3 Dreamliners

Ramco Systems, the Global Aviation Maintenance & Engineering (M&E) and Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO) software provider on cloud, tablets and iPad, announced that Ramco Aviation has gone live with its implementation in Air India. With this, Ramco Aviation Suite will help Air India in maintaining its 125+ fleet of Boeing and Airbus, including the latest Boeing 787.

Speaking on the go-live, Mr. Vipin Kumar Sharma, SBU Head, Air India, said, "We are happy to announce the successful go-live of Ramco Aviation Suite at Air India. We evaluated multiple global MRO vendors and chose Ramco as it met all our elaborate functional requirements. After implementing Ramco's Aviation Software, we hope to increase productivity through optimum use of engineering resources. As the entire fleet is maintained on the system, we would be able to effectively track history of the aircraft and components for faster resolution of defects/snags and thus reduce our Maintenance TAT.

Commenting on this milestone, Mr. Virender Aggarwal, CEO, Ramco Systems, said, "We are pleased to announce that Ramco Aviation has successfully gone live at Air India for its entire fleet including the latest generation of Boeing 787. We have been investing in building the latest functionality into the product by enhancing the user experience and delivering it on Cloud, Mobile and iPad. Today, Ramco Aviation Suite maintains over 60+ leading aircraft models for customers around the globe. This has given the product a unique depth and functionality to address every segment of the Aviation Industry-from single jet owners to large MROs. By addressing the next-generation of aircrafts, we have continued to serve the complete gamut of Aviation industry with our best-of-breed solution."

Ramco provides end-to-end solution that caters to every segment of Aviation, Aerospace and Defense industry such as Airlines, MROs, Heli-operators, CAMOs, Specialty Operators, Non-Scheduled Operators and OEMs on the most appropriate delivery model-On Premise or On Cloud. Written ground up for Aviation industry, Ramco Aviation Suite also offers complete ERP functionality including HR, Finance, and Materials thereby addressing every business need of the Aviation segment.

About Air India:

Air India together with its fully owned subsidiary Alliance Air and Air India Express has more than 100 aircraft. Air India performs practically all MRO operations internally and the capability includes heavy maintenance check, Line check, Engine and component overhaul for its entire fleet. The Engine Overhaul facility of Air India and part of workshops undertaking servicing of engine components are approved by FAA and EASA.

About Ramco Systems:

Part of the USD 1 Billion Ramco Group, Ramco Systems provides ERP, HCM, SCM, CRM, Financials, Asset Management, Process Control, Project Management and Analytics to multiple verticals on the most appropriate cloud model-public, private and community. Globally, Ramco has over 150,000+ users from 1000+ customer organizations across 35 countries and offices spread across USA, Canada, Europe, Australia, India, Middle East, South Africa and APAC.

Ramco Aviation Suite provides Aviation Maintenance & Engineering (M&E) and Maintenance Repair & Overhaul (MRO software) solutions, globally. Ramco's customers include Air India, Pinnacle Airlines, CONAIR, PHI, Air Methods, Era Helicopters, AeroMexico Connect, Republic Airways, TACA Regional, SafeAir Limited, JEJU Air Co. Ltd. Gulf Helicopters, FL Technics, Columbia Helicopters, Air Medical Group, AlSalam Aircraft Co., Jazeera Airways, ADAC Luftfahrt Technik, AirWorks, GoAir and Yemen Airways amongst others.

Visit http://www.ramco.com/aviation read latest updates on http://www.ramcoblog.com/

For further information, contact:

Vinitha Ramani
+91-98-4036-8048
[email protected]

Agata Gogolewska
+1-305-773-3254
[email protected] 

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