Ramco Systems has gone live at a leading aviation MRO specialist with its Aviation M&E MRO Software V5.8, automating the organization’s business processes. This marks the successful implementation of Ramco together with its partner Aeroxchange, who played a pivotal role in the implementation with its AeroComponent connector, enabling seamless integration at client end.
Ramco says their Aviation Software V5.8 enables the MRO specialist with solutions to provide visibility through efficient operational and financial reporting, automate their repair order processing and support day-to-day operations and the growing volume of transactions. Integrated with Aeroxchange through their AeroComponent connector, the solution will connect the ITM/Pool Parts providers with their customers’ systems to facilitate real time exchange of data on both demand fulfilment and core return process. The software has modules for commercial, supply chain management, procurement and repair management, part technical data management and financial management.
“With Ramco Aviation and Aeroxchange’s (AeroComponent) combined solution, customer demand for parts are interfaced seamlessly with pool provider,” Virender Aggarwal, CEO, Ramco Systems, said. “Through this, we are able to put in place a robust and scalable platform, that delivers an exceptional degree of supply-chain process automation in a real-world environment, allowing the organization to offer a highly efficient, tailored and differentiated part support service to their customers. We are confident that the MRO specialist will now be able to meet its AOG and Routine demands, thereby driving overall turnaround time (TAT) reduction and delivering SLA commitments, efficiently.”
Albert Koszarek, president and CEO at Aeroxchange, said, “Through our partnership with Ramco, customers seeking to realize perfect MRO commerce using Aeroxchange’s real-time collaboration network can benefit from the robust combination of our applications. We look forward to continuing to work with Ramco in providing enhanced value for companies in the aviation industry.”