Global Aviation software specialist Ramco Systems announced that it will implement its aviation software, Ramco Aviation M&E MRO Software V5.8 at Iraq’s national carrier, Iraqi Airways Company as well as Houston-based Bristow Group Inc. Bristow is among the world’s largest helicopter operators providing offshore transportation, search and rescue (SAR) and aircraft support services to government and civil organizations worldwide.
At Iraqi Airways, Ramco will implement its complete Aviation Software including modules for Maintenance & Engineering (M&E), CAMO, Materials Management and Quality & Safety. The cloud-based software will automate the operations of the Iraqi national carrier, manage complete records of its aircraft, and enable the airway’s staff to manage their operations and receive alerts on the go through its Mobility module, providing greater flexibility, optimized aircraft availability and reduced friction. Ramco Aviation Software will also be integrated with enhanced inventory tracking and stock visibility capabilities enabling better resource management, unified employee records, and control operations end to end, on a single platform.
“We were seeking a best-in-class Aviation ERP software that would deliver quality results and help us embark on a digital transformation journey. We are happy to partner with Ramco as our technology partner in this journey,” said Captain Kifah Hasan Jabbar, CEO, Iraqi Airways. “As the world slowly recovers from the pandemic and air travel returns, it is vital for airlines to adapt and prepare to serve customers with a robust digital infrastructure. We are excited to be working with Ramco in building such a platform at Iraqi Airways.”
Ramco has had a decade-long relationship with Era Group (Era). Bristow’s merger with Era makes them the largest civilian offshore, SAR solution provider and the largest operator of helicopter models S92, AW189, and AW139. Ramco will deploy its aviation software to track inventory and manage maintenance, engineering and operations on a single integrated platform.
Compliant with global regulatory standards, the multi-country roll-out of Ramco Aviation says their software will help Bristow comply with multiple regulatory bodies, will provide cost savings while increasing efficiency and reducing potential for human error, as well as helping them achieve their goal of paperless engineering and operations.
Bristow’s staff will also be able to interact with the solution on Ramco’s mobile application, Ramco AnywhereApps and operational Electronic Flight Bag features, which will enable them to manage their operations and receive alerts on the go