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Canada's Leading Aerospace & Defence In-Service Support Integrator, L3 MAS Goes Live on Ramco Aviation Suite
Chennai - April 19, 2018
Québec, CANADA / Chennai, INDIA – April 19, 2018 – Ramco Systems, the global aviation software provider on Cloud and Mobile, today announced the successful implementation of its Aviation Suite on one of L3 MAS’ In-Service Support (ISS) programs. The implementation of Ramco Aviation Suite has helped L3 MAS with real-time data visibility, ensuring compliance with the Canadian Department of National Defence regulations.
Ramco’s mobile-friendly Aviation Suite, covering Engineering & Programs, Materials Management, Maintenance, Compliance & Quality, Flight Operations, Mobility and Offline Maintenance, integrates with the existing financial systems at L3 MAS. With this integration, L3 MAS has streamlined and automated its workflow processes to enhance real-time visibility of operations and data compliance.
The integrated material planning capability of Ramco Aviation provides for forward availability of parts, thereby increasing effectiveness in managing inventory levels to sustain ongoing operations, planned maintenance events, and aircraft-on-ground (AOG) situations.
“With the selection of the Ramco Aviation Suite as a technology backbone for one of our ISS programs, we have begun to streamline and optimize process-intensive activities that will contribute towards reducing turnaround times, improving daily maintenance activities and ultimately providing increasing value to our customer,” said Jacques Comtois, Vice President and General Manager, L3 MAS.
“Technological advancements are changing the landscape of aviation maintenance,” said Virender Aggarwal, CEO, Ramco Systems. “Bundled with Bots, Blockchain and other technology stacks, Ramco’s deep domain expertise has helped us carve a specialized offering to address the needs of this segment, globally.”
Ramco Aviation Software is trusted by 22,000+ users to manage 4,000+ aircraft, globally. Designed to be accessible on Cloud and Mobile, Ramco Aviation Software continues to add technological innovations with ‘Anywhere Apps’, redefining the power of mobility, to significantly reduce transaction time both during aircraft-on-ground (AOG) conditions and critical aircraft turnarounds. Ramco is changing the paradigm of enterprise software with ZERO UI powered by cool new features such as Chatbots, Mail bots, HUBs and Cognitive solutions. Furthering this, the company has also developed application compatibility on Microsoft HoloLens to bring Mixed Reality which improves efficiency in maintenance operations. With 75+ Aviation leaders onboard, Ramco is the solution of choice for several large airlines and top heli-operators and multiple MROs around the world.
About L3 MAS:
L3 MAS, a division of L3’s Aerospace Systems business segment, is Canada’s leading In-Service Support (ISS) integrator. L3 MAS delivers innovative and integrated solutions, spanning fleet and life-cycle management, Electronic Information Environment (EIE) applications, systems engineering, maintenance, material management, publications and data management, and the full spectrum of ISS solutions, to maximize customer platform effectiveness. L3 MAS also offers turnkey solutions for the design, prototyping, manufacture, repair and overhaul, and certification of aerospace components. L3 MAS is the ISS provider for a variety of fleets, including Canada’s CF-18 Hornet fighter, CC-150 Polaris transport, CH-148 Cyclone maritime helicopter and CT-114 Tutor demonstration aircraft. The company is headquartered in Mirabel, Quebec, and employs approximately 700 people at operating centres across Canada.