Aviation software provider Ramco Systems recently announced that it has won 10 aviation deals for its fiscal year 2012-2013.
India-based Ramco said its solutions for Aviation Maintenance & Engineering (M&E) and Maintenance Repair & Overhaul (MRO) have won the hearts of some of the big airlines, including Emirates, GoAir, Air Tahiti, Caribbean Airlines, and Hevilift, among others.
Ramco also won four new contracts with an unnamed new regional airline in India, a start-up charter airline and a specialty Heli-operator, both based out of Thailand, and an Aerospace component manufacturer in Asia.
Virender Aggarwal, CEO, Ramco Systems, said customers have come to prefer their solutions because of their flexibility to be used on-premise, cloud and tablet.
"It has been a remarkable year for our Aviation business. Adding 10 customers from across the globe is a testimony to the product strength, integration capabilities, deep domain knowledge and customer experience gained over the years. Our ability to simplify the MRO software by offering the solution on iPad, with a cool new user interface has been helping us tilt deals in our favour," said Aggarwal.
Ramco said its on-premise and cloud delivery for its M&E and MRO software solutions are the favourites of its customers. Lately, though, Ramco has also been focusing its efforts on mobility and usability to make the user experience rewarding.
To add to these efforts, Ramco recently introduced its new role-based "Aviation Workspaces". For this, Aggarwal is optimistic that Aviation Workspaces will contribute further growth for the company.
Ramco said its Worksapces interface will change the way users interact with the aviation application. "Role-based Workspaces make the application intuitive and does away with a typical software usage experience of menus and screens."
This is possible with the help of actionable data and alerts in the form of a To-do/exception list, which enables users to prioritise work and effectively manage information flow. These features help improve user productivity while ensuring that the user interaction is enjoyable, Ramco added.
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