Ramco Systems, the global aviation software provider on cloud and mobile, today announced that it has won an order from L-3 MAS for the Ramco Aviation Suite to support the Canadian CC-150 Polaris fleet.
L-3 MAS, Canada’s leading aircraft support service provider, will implement Ramco Aviation Suite V5.7 to manage the Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) operations of the Royal Canadian Air Force fleet of CC-150 Polaris aircraft.
Ramco’s scalable and mobile-enabled MRO software built for the aviation industry will replace the incumbent legacy maintenance system in use for the CC-150 Polaris fleet with a full suite of aviation software covering Engineering & Programs, Materials Management, Maintenance, Compliance & Quality, Flight Operations, and MRO Sales, coupled with Offline Maintenance. The suite is expected to streamline L-3 MAS’ user processes and data infrastructure.
Ramco’s flexible, modular, and scalable architecture provides the horizontal and vertical scalability that L-3 MAS was looking for, including the need for offline maintenance capability.
Virender Aggarwal, CEO, Ramco Systems, said, “From mobility to BOTS, technology is changing at a rapid pace. At Ramco, the thrust is on blending these new-age technologies with business needs and offering solutions that result in improving productivity, operational efficiency and the customer experience. We are pleased to support L-3 MAS in addressing the highly specialized challenges of the CC-150 Polaris Fleet management. This win further cements our strength in addressing the needs of the mission-critical defence segment.”
With 75+ aviation leaders on board, Ramco is the solution of choice for several large airlines and top heli-operators and multiple MROs in the world. Designed to be accessible on cloud and mobile, Ramco Aviation Software continues to add technological innovations with wearable devices offering hands-free computing, ‘Anywhere’ apps redefining the power of mobility amongst others that help significantly reduce transaction time both during AOG conditions and critical aircraft turnarounds.