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Wins order from Hevilift for Aviation MRO Software

LAS VEGAS, USA: Ramco Systems, an Aviation Software provider on Cloud, Mobile and Tablets announced a new order win from Hevilift Group, an aviation charter service provider of fixed and rotary wing aircraft in the Asia-Pacific Region.

The win, as the company claims, announced during the HELI-EXPO 2013, being held at Las Vegas, further reinforces Ramco's leadership in the Heli-operator segment, where Ramco's software has been maintaining over over 1100 helicopters, globally.

Under the agreement, Ramco will provide its web-based Series 5 M&E and MRO solution, including Maintenance & Engineering (M&E), Supply Chain Management (SCM), Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO), Reliability, Aviation Finance, and Work Force Administration, with integrated Multi-Country Payroll across numerous countries and legal entities of the Group.

Colin Seymour of Hevilift Group, said "We have a diverse fleet of over 50 aircraft and wanted to consolidate our operations, which are spread across multiple geographies. Ramco's solution was a good fit, both in terms of functionality and usability. Also, the rich experience of the team in serving multiple specialty operators in the rotor wing segment was a great plus. By moving to an integrated software platform, we look forward to improving the efficiency and productivity of our operations."

Hevilift's aircraft covers operations both onshore and offshore for verticals such as Oil & Gas, Mining, Mineral Exploration, Medical Evacuation, and Aerial Construction among others. Though operations are spread across countries with low internet penetration, such as Papua New Guinea, Indonesia (Balikpapan) and others, Ramco adds that it has ensured availability of data at a central corporate location almost in real-time by harnessing satellite connectivity.

Commenting on the new win, Virender Aggarwal, CEO, Ramco Systems, said "We have been growing rapidly in the Aviation business, and Hevilift is a great addition to our growing aviation customer base. Ramco's software runs in a large number of big helicopter operators, globally. We are looking forward to a great start with Hevilift as it also opens up entry into hitherto new markets such as Myanmar, and PNG."

Ramco also says it maintains customers' whose rotor fleet span includes Augusta Westland AW 137 Series, Bell Series 206/212/407/412/UH-1, CASA 212-200 Series, Dash 8 DHC6-300 Series, EC 135, King Air E 900/200, Seasprite SH-2G, Sikorsky S-56/58/61/64/76, Super Puma AS Series etc., among others.

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