Enterprise software product firm Ramco Systems has bagged five projects from companies in Europe for providing cloud-based ERP solutions for aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services, all of these in the third quarter of the current financial year (October-December 2013-14).
The projects are from Denmark-based DanCopter, Eagle Air of Iceland, Ellinair of Greece, Aerogulf Sola Engine Centre of Norway and Enspec Power of the UK, according to a company statement released on Saturday.
Ramco did not disclose the value of the five projects.
"We have witnessed good traction for our cloud offerings in the European sub-continent, especially from low-cost air carriers," Ramco Systems chief executive Virender Aggarwal said.
"With no licence fee, maintenance cost or additional infrastructure to procure, cloud model has seen a quick uptake from this segment globally."
The solution can help aviation businesses bring the best practices to all engineering and maintenance operations and reduce overhead costs, manage inventory more effectively, increase aircraft availability, reduce AOG (aircraft on ground), and control operations on a business-for-profit basis.
Ramco Aviation Series 5 Suite covers the entire spectrum of maintenance operations - from maintenance planning to line, hangar, shop and engine maintenance, reliability and engineering, and technical records. It also provides efficiencies in human resource management, purchasing, inventory, warranty, maintenance,-financials, third party maintenance and sales.
Its integrated business intelligence tools allow you to measure monitor and manage with the advanced analytics.
Chennai-based Ramco Systems has over one lakh users globally and 19 offices across the US, Canada, Europe, Australia, Middle East, South Africa and APAC, the statement added.