ADSOFTWARE Vertical Solutions Attract Aerolys, Air et Compagnie and Air Kbz.

The European IT & Software Excellence Awards 2014 have selected ADSoftware as a finalist in the Vertical Market Solution category. A recognition that comes together with ADSoftware signing three new customers in the aviation industry market.

A large number of solutions nowadays are termed ‘vertical’ because they are designed to support an organization that operates in a specific market segment. ADSoftware is one of the few IT solution providers in the aviation industry who understand the peculiarities of specific market segments and design solutions that improve the operations of their customers.

Over the last 16 years ADSoftware has delivered industry-specific application to more than 50 companies spread over numerous segments such as commercial aircraft, major /national airlines, commuter/regional airlines, fixed based operators, helicopters operators, maintenance and repair organizations, flying school, and continuing airworthiness management organizations.

The European IT & Software Excellence Awards 2014, which recognize best practices in customer solutions by Systems Integrators, Solution VARs and ISVs across Europe, have selected ADSoftware as being one of the best vertical solutions provider that focuses on delivering services to customers in specific market segments. On 26th March 2014, the winners will be announced in London.

In the last six months, three new customers have signed with ADSoftware; all of them in three distinct market segments of the aviation industry; all of them requiring a clear understanding of the special characteristics of the client’s industry and tailored solutions to meet those requirements.

Launched in 2011, Air Kbz is a privately owned domestic Burmese airline based in Yangon who selected AirPack fleet management system and logistics package by ADSoftware. The airline operates four ATR 72-500 and two ATR 72-600 aircrafts serving 15 destinations. AEPS, the exclusive distributor for ADSoftware in Middle East and Asia, will assure software delivery to specification and time scale while meeting agreed customer targets.

Offering its services to aircraft owners and operators during the phases of delivery and return, the company Aerolys has chosen ADSoftware while working on getting its Part M approval. The young French Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations, has been convinced by the flexibility of the solutions which will offer support to its growth. “ADSoftware was chosen for its software ergonomics and its features capability that would allow us to meet the requirements of our customers in terms of monitoring, but also documents management. The professionalism and reliability of ADSoftware’s team also confirmed our choice” says Sébastien Lecointe, Aerolys General Manager.

Air et Compagnie, an aircraft and helicopter flying school founded in France in 2004 is the latest company to have signed with ADSoftware and the first flying school of the portfolio. “The missing link to our aviation activity was the EASA Part F for maintenance and Part G for continuing airworthiness, our workshop started operation in early 2014 with the French Civil Aviation Authorities approval. For the continuing airworthiness management and all operations of the workshop, a market study jointly run with our partner TimeToFly has led us to select several software, convergence towards ADSoftware was obvious, given the quality of the product and the professionalism of the teams. Says Charles Clair, Air et Compagnie’s CEO.


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