Singapore-based training company Mil-Com Aerospace and Chennai, India-headquartered Ramco Systems, part of the $1 billion U.S. Ramco Group, a leading software company focused on products and managed services, have entered into a partnership to complement their offerings. Mil-Com focuses on proving technical training on diverse modules in the aviation sector using Ramco’s Aviation Suite to address business “pain” points to its member base.
Ramco Systems, an enterprise software company focused on delivering enterprise resource planning, human capital management and aviation MRO software on cloud, tablets and smartphones, reports it is experiencing “good traction” in Europe.
Commenting on the company’s success in the region, CEO Virender Aggarwal said, “We have witnessed good traction for our cloud offerings in the European sub-continent with no license fee, maintenance cost or additional infrastructure to procure. The cloud model has seen a quick uptake from this segment, globally.”
Eurocopter has entered into a partnership with aviation software provider Ramco Systems to offer helicopter maintenance software for operators and maintenance centers. “Ramco Aviation on Cloud is modular, which makes it user friendly for small and large operators,” said Matthieu Louvot, Eurocopter’s vice president of support and services. “With tens of thousands of parts in an aircraft, tracking and managing each stage of maintenance work would become unmanageable without a user-friendly and comprehensive solution.”
Ramco announced the launch of its cloud-based workspace solution yesterday at Heli-Expo ’13. Ramco Aviation on Cloud offers small and midsize operators the ability to replace their IT support infrastructure with the subscription-based program, which helps manage workorder and supply chain details, employee information and payroll data. “Helicopter companies and MROs addressing the heli-operator segment…constantly face operational hurdles,” said P.R. Venketrama Raja, Ramco vice chairman and managing director.
Aviation software provider Ramco Systems (Booth No. N3004) kicked off Heli-Expo’13 with the announcement of a new client, charter service provider Hevilift Group, to its growing worldwide customer base.
James Fitzgerald has joined Mxi Technologies as vice president of sales for the Americas. Fitzgerald will be responsible for strengthening Mxi’s presence and increasing market share in the Americas. This appointment coincides with Mxi’s increased business-focus on the region and the execution of go-to-market strategies for the Maintenix software product. Before joining Mxi, Fitzgerald was with Ramco Systems, where he most recently held the position of president of global aviation solutions.