Seabury Solutions, a subsidiary of New York-based Seabury Capital Group announced the addition of a new customer for its Alkym Platform, a Colombia-based cargo carrier, Líneas Aéreas Suramericanas (LAS Cargo).
“Digital innovation continues to be top-of-mind for executives across the airline industry. The digital economy is expanding at its fastest pace and the shift to digital transformation initiatives among carriers, including cargo operators, is being accelerated by the effects of the pandemic,” noted Manuel Roché, Seabury Solutions’ VP, Sales & Marketing LATAM.
For airlines, acting fast is key. But to act faster, airlines need technology solutions that advance their digital transformation agendas and are supported by a technological partner that can implement and comprehensively support solutions for their new processes Seabury says.
Following an exhaustive selection process, LAS Cargo enlisted the support of Seabury Solutions, licensing several modules of the Alkym suite, to implement the applications for Planning, Engineering, Maintenance Control, Purchasing and Repairs, Inventory, Receiving and Dispatch, Reliability, MRO, as well as the mobile application for mechanics and inspectors.
“The implementation of Alkym in LAS Cargo allows us to advance in our technological value proposition focused on digital transformation in the processes,” asserted Juan Pablo Bonilla, LAS Cargo IT manager, adding that “we are sure that with this application in a 100% cloud infrastructure and with the support of Seabury Solutions we will be able to advance in this way.”
With the implementation process currently under way, the Alkym software is already supporting the airline’s M&E and MRO operations. LAS Cargo will continue to receive ongoing support from the Seabury Solutions team for the software’s support, maintenance, and updates in the future.