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AerData has announced that ACS Aero Management (a subsidiary of Aero Capital Solutions) has chosen its Corporate Management System software to support technical records management and technical audit and inspection data management. 


AerData will provide its Engine Fleet Planning And Costing (EFPAC) management system to Mexican airline Interjet to assist with technical records control, lease management, financial forecasting and maintenance optimisation.


ATP has announced ATP Maintenance for Compliance Tracking for expanded maintenance management and compliance tracking functionality that is connected with ATP Libraries and ATP Parts. Easily accessible over the internet, ATP Maintenance for Compliance Tracking with enhanced reporting is included at no additional charge to all ATP Aviation Hub subscribers, and is available immediately. A comprehensive import tool is provided to easily transition existing ATP Profile and Compliance records from ATP Libraries.


Boeing has introduced a digital records management capability to its Maintenance Performance Toolbox suite of products that will optimise maintenance operations and reduce costs for airlines. The Maintenance Performance Toolbox Records module provides an industry standard platform to manage scanned and digitally produced maintenance and flight records. The new tool eliminates the operational challenge of managing cumbersome, paper-based maintenance records, working in tandem with other Maintenance Performance Toolbox application solutions to increase efficiencies related to both day-to-day airline maintenance operations and the management of leased aircraft. The Records module creates intelligent digital maintenance documents, featuring dynamic records search capabilities.


The record-keeping tool improves airline maintenance workflow capabilities and ties into maintenance planning solutions, establishing systems that work in concert to further enhance the automation of processes and overall efficiency. Simple access to the Records module provided through the Boeing Maintenance Performance Toolbox application offers an operational advantage for airlines seeking integrated solutions for all their technical documentation management needs. This includes more than 160 customers that currently use the Maintenance Performance Toolbox suite. Boeing also offers access to records management capabilities for non-Toolbox customers through subsidiary AerData’s STREAM digital aircraft records application.


Commsoft has been chosen by Romaero to provide its OASES MRO IT system to control its base maintenance activities. The system will enable Romaero to support third-party airlines and commercial operators from its location near Bucharest Baneasa Airport in Romania. Romaero has signed a 40 concurrent users, five-year contract with Commsoft, with implementation scheduled to start immediately. The contract covers five modules: Core, Production, Materials, Commercial and Warranty. An agreement is also in place to make additional modules available at a later date to help Romaero develop its business activities further. These additional modules include Line Maintenance, Continuing Airworthiness and Planning.


Component Control has announced that Air Atlanta Aviaservices will use Quantum Control MRO and Logistics software to help grow its operations. Located near London Gatwick, Air Atlanta Aviaservices has expanded its user base from 20 to 38, and added a second database for its parts sales facility in Dubai World Central at Al Maktoum International Airport in the United Arab Emirates. The company now services more than 6,000 units within its workshops. The software has helped increase efficiencies, streamline internal processes and reduce costs, leading to continual growth since going live with Quantum in 2011.


Component Control has announced that Hansair Logistics, a distributor of aircraft consumable and expendable products, will utilise Quantum Control MRO and Logistics software to improve efficiency and productivity across two different companies with offices and warehouses in multiple locations around the world. Located in Lake Forest, CA, Hansair Logistics, along with its affiliated company Hypercoat Enterprises, distributes consumable and expendable products. The companies support all major airlines and several regional carriers, in addition to supplying OEMs of aircraft products. The Hansair-Hypercoat group represents more than 30 different aircraft manufacturers, stocking products through a network of 18 offices and warehouses in Germany, Brazil, Chile, China, India, Malaysia, Singapore, South Africa, the UAE, the UK and the US. The Quantum Control software helps the companies track and manage its diverse inventory.

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