India's Wadia Group which owns Go Airlines (GoAir) is acquiring software for its Maintenance & Engineering (M&E) suite of software from Ramco Systems.
Announcing this win today, Ramco Systems said that with this, the software would be used in providing MRO, M&E and ERP services to nine aviation organisations in India.
Ramco Systems is an India-headquartered enterprise software company focused on enterprise cloud platform, products and services. GoAir is one of India's leading low-cost airlines.
Under the agreement, Ramco will deliver its Web-based Series 5 M&E system and Ramco ePublications, including Engineering and Configuration, Maintenance Program and Planning, Line Maintenance, Technical Records and Complete Materials, said the company in a statement.
"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," said Giorgio De Roni, chief executive officer, GoAir. "We are confident that this partnership will help us compete better and achieve our growth plans."
"This is a significant win that further reinforces the strength of our Aviation solution," said Virender Aggarwal, CEO, Ramco Systems. "GoAir has been growing steadily and was on the lookout for a Maintenance & Engineering software that could provide mission-critical support to its fleet. Ramco's Aviation Software was a good fit and was selected in a short span."
Built ground-up for the Aviation sector, Ramco Aviation Suite caters to airlines, rotor wing operators as well as third party MROs, according to the vendor.
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