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Taiwan based Far Eastern Air Transport Goes live on Ramco Aviation Suite

Chennai - October 26, 2016

Taipei, Taiwan/ Chennai, India – October 26, 2016Ramco Systems, the global Aviation software provider on Cloud and Mobile, today announced the successful go-live of its Aviation Suite at Far Eastern Air Transport (FAT), its first client in Greater China.

Ramco Aviation Suite V5.7 has been deployed across six of the Taiwanese carrier’s stations, automating and streamlining maintenance and engineering functions with over 300 users.

Ramco Aviation suite integrates with FAT’s in-house Finance system, and introduces modules for Material Management, Maintenance, Compliance & Quality Control and Flight Operations, along with Human Capital Management. It comes with fleet management analytics which enables users to monitor airplane utilization, minimizing aircraft on-ground time and ensuring complete airworthiness for FAT’s aircraft as the airline prepares to expand its fleet over the next five years.

Huang Sung Cheng, President, Far Eastern Air Transport, said, “We have moved from a disparate, labor-intensive legacy system that covered only half of our business processes to a fully-integrated solution from Ramco. The new system has enabled us to automate maintenance, logistics, planning, and engineering functions. Ramco has enabled us to move towards paperless operations giving better visibility of business. With a strong technology in the back-end, we are geared to grow our footprint.”

Virender Aggarwal, CEO, Ramco Systems, said, “With Innovations like Anywhere Apps and Chatbots, Ramco Aviation has been rolling out features that simplify user experience and increase productivity, multi-fold. The successful go-live of Ramco Aviation Suite V5.7 at Far Eastern Air Transport reinforces the competitiveness of our Aviation solution to address global market. This achievement with one of Taiwan’s leading carriers marks a promising start to our journey into the Greater China market."

Designed to be accessible on cloud and mobile, Ramco Aviation Software continues to add technological innovations with wearable devices offering hands-free computing and with ‘Anywhere Apps’, redefining the power of Mobility, amongst others that help to significantly reduce transaction time both during AOG conditions and critical aircraft turnarounds. Ramco is changing the paradigm of enterprise software with ZERO UI powered by cool new features such as Mail It – a feature which enables users to transact with the application by just sending an email; HUB It - a one screen does it all concept built to address all activities of a user; Thumb It – mobility redefined and Prompt It – a cognitive ability which will let the system auto prompt you with options for your decision. With 75+ Aviation leaders onboard, Ramco is the solution of choice for several large airlines and top heli-operators and multiple MROs in the world.

About Far Eastern Air Transport:
Far Eastern Air Transport (FAT) is an international airline established in 1957 with domestic and international services to Cambodia, China, South Korea, Philippines, Taiwan, Vietnam, and Indonesia. With its head office in Songshan District, Taipei, Taiwan, FAT’s existing fleet consists of 8 MD82-83 fleets. The company plans to expand its fleet over the next five years.

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