Taiwan’s AACL launches Ramco MRO suite


Use this oneGlobal aviation software provider Ramco Systems announced that it has successfully gone live at Air Asia Company Limited (AACL), Taiwan’s first privately-owned aircraft maintenance company catering to aircraft maintenance of commercial aircraft, helicopters, military and a designated ‘Government owned contractor operated facility’ (GOCO), with its Aviation M&E MRO Suite V5.9.

With modules for Production Planning, Commercials, Maintenance Execution and Supply Chain Management, Ramco’s Aviation Suite V5.9 replaced AACL’s existing legacy system for proposal management, production planning, heavy maintenance process for commercial aircraft, and interfaces with AACL’s inventory management solution. As a result, AACL has now recorded a 15 percent reduction in its production planning process. In addition, Ramco’s next-gen innovations like its Mechanic Anywhere mobile app and real-time Dashboards together with the digital transformation initiatives for Task Card Management, Electronic Signoffs, enable the company to streamline communication between its departments, analyse man-hour consumptions, track opportunity details, progress of work packages and report non-routine tasks on the go.

Eric Y.C. Tsai, Director of Commercial Aircraft Planning, Air Asia Company Limited, said, “With a primary goal to achieve paperless operations and support green environmental protection, and with a vision to become a world-class and professional aircraft Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) service provider, we found a perfect technology partner and a best-in-class Aviation software provider in Ramco Systems. Ramco’s rich domain expertise along with the able team members at AACL and Ramco ensured to turnaround this project during the pandemic. Ramco’s Digital Task card feature has been helping us achieve our goal. We are confident that these will be signed off by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), as well.”

Manoj Kumar Singh, Chief Customer Officer – Aviation, Aerospace & Defense, Ramco Systems, said, “With the growing aviation industry, organisations today are being mindful of choosing innovative solutions that are not only helping them improve efficiency, but are also helping them achieve green initiatives. Ramco’s Task Card Digitisation is a step towards sustainability in aviation. Equipped with the latest technology stacks around artificial intelligence and machine learning, Ramco Aviation Suite has been helping companies embrace paperless operations and embark on digital transformation. We are happy to support Air Asia Company Limited in their endeavour and help them scale to greater heights.”

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