Ramco’s software to power GoAir
By ENS Economic Bureau - CHENNAI
18th September 2012 10:47 AM
Ramco Systems, a Chennai-based enterprise software company, on Monday announced a prestigious order win from Wadia Group-owned Go Airlines (GoAir) for its maintenance & engineering (M&E) suite of software.
With this win, Ramco’s software would be used in providing MRO, M&E and ERP services to nine aviation organisations in India.
Under the agreement, Ramco will deliver its web-based Series 5 M&E system and Ramco ePublications, including engineering and configuration, maintenance programme and planning, line maintenance, technical records and complete materials.
Giorgio De Roni, Chief Executive Officer, GoAir, said, “Ramco’s domain expertise and customer track record, competitive pricing, coupled with demonstrated commitment to meet our requirements and expectations at all stages of evaluation, sealed the deal in Ramco’s favour. The M&E software will be integrated with our Flight Operations ARMS system and SAP ERP for achieving required automation and seamless business process flow.”
Virender Aggarwal, CEO, Ramco Systems said, “We are planning to increase focus on bringing the best of Cloud, Mobile and Advanced Analytics to our customers.”
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