CrossConsense announced it has successfully fulfilled its mandate by flynas, the Saudi air carrier and the leading low-cost airline in the Middle East, to migrate data from the legacy MRO system to AMOS.
CrossConsense said it has completed a “successful, smooth installation and integration” of AMOS with solid support from flynas management, enhancing flynas’ efficiency and performance after their record-breaking results in 2022. This achievement is a crucial step towards flynas’ goal of becoming a fully digitized airline, and a significant milestone in their digital transformation strategy.
AMOS is a comprehensive, fully-integrated MRO System that maintains aircraft’s maintenance and engineering activities. In addition to the procurement, logistics, and finance.
The data migration process included various data sources. Such as: legacy MRO system, PDF files, Excel files, and other sources. The teams of flynas and CrossConsense worked closely together to ensure a smooth process, the sources added.
The sources pointed out that the success factors of the project include support from management, clear target definitions, and a qualified project team.
flynas said it is looking forward to the many benefits this new MRO system will bring. “By partnering with CrossConsense, flynas has leveraged its experience and expertise in software solutions, ensuring the project was a success,” CrossConsense said.