The three-airline group Amaszonas Líneas Aéreas Bolivia, Paraguay and Uruguay recently went through the “Go Live” phase of Seabury Solutions’ Alkym / Aircraft Management and Control System (Alkym), an integrated modular solution designed to optimize aircraft technical operations.
Amaszonas Líneas Aéreas group president Sergio Urioste remarked: “The requirement to create order and organise the management and control of the group inventory combined with the maintenance planning and control drove the initial needs for a new MRO IT solution.”
Based on that premise, the group started an assessment process of the different software solutions alternatives. “It was very important for the group to arrange and integrate the different areas of Maintenance Organisations of the group’s companies,” added Urioste. “With that purpose in mind, we started a study to evaluate the solutions. This process concluded that Alkym was the best option because of the application functionalities and the experience of the company.”
The project, completed during the months of June and July, was delivered by the Seabury Solutions project team on time and within budget. “Since the implementation until now, we have received assistance and the necessary support to implement Alkym with high level of professionalism and dedication,” stated Urioste.
“We are pleased to have Amaszonas Lineas Aereas Group among our customers. We know the thorough work and analysis they made to assess the diverse options existing in the market and we are proud to know they chose our solution Alkym,” said Seabury Solutions Vice President Sales LATAM Eng. Manuel Roché.
This announcement brings the Alkym customer base to more than 80 aviation clients around the globe. “It is yet another example showcasing how Alkym continually proves to be the “go-to” option in the Caribbean, Central and South America,” concluded Roché.