Commsoft Launches New Mobile App for its OASES MRO IT System

Commsoft announced the launch of its OASES mobile app. Communications Software’s OASES (Open Aviation Strategic Engineering System) is a successful aviation engineering and maintenance systems in the world. OASES currently supports 90 customers in 40 countries across six continents.

Smarter, swifter, simpler
The new OASES mobile app includes new functionality that has been developed to enable easy, swift access by tablets and smart phone devices, including those running Apple, Android and Microsoft operating systems, among others. The OASES mobile app can easily be accessed and used via the standard browsers on mobile devices, laptops or desktop PCs. In order to make it accessible from any device with a built-in browser, Commsoft’s OASES developers have used HTML5. This makes the OASES mobile app truly device-independent: a phenomenal advantage for busy specialists in the MRO field.

Ease of Use
The user simply enters a supplied URL into the browser to be presented with the OASES login page. This is the same login account as for the OASES system, and therefore no additional set-up is required.  The application allows access to the next due forecast.  This is designed to be used in the field by pilots and line maintenance engineers. The next due forecast data is accessed from the OASES cached forecast which can be refreshed at any interval – allowing for real-time view of maintenance data from anywhere in the world.

3rd party customers/contractor employees
The new OASES mobile app also has the functionality to restrict access to aircraft to specified users  – making the app suitable for 3rd party customers or contractor employees where limited access to specific aircraft data is necessary.

“The new OASES mobile app has been developed for specific functionality where mobility is required or desirable,” says Nick Godwin, Commsoft’s managing director. ” This is a first of a series of specific OASES apps which will bring maximum benefit to Commsoft’s growing international customer base. We are currently planning the development of further apps for use on the hangar floor, in warehouses and for line maintenance.”

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