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A year of development and growth for ADT


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A year of development and growth for ADT

2012 was a busy year at MRO software provider ADT (Applied Database Technology) with new customers, new levels of capability and Wings MRO Software now available on tablets.

Millardair MRO selects Wings

Millardair MRO, of Ontario, Canada chose Wings MRO software for its MRO operations, signing an agreement in September for the project to start in October.

V.D. Gulf MRO selects Wings

Volga-Dnepr Gulf in Sharjah, UAE also signed an agreement for Wings MRO Software in October. The project was scheduled to start in November and go live in early 2013.

ATSTEAM goes live

And Wings is in production use at ATSTEAM as their CAMO services take off with WingsNG Fleet Management (Part M – CAMO) being used for three airlines from September

iFLY Airlines selects WingsNG

In July, Moscow based iFLY Airlines signed an agreement for WingsNG engineering, maintenance planning (which went live in October) plus fleet management and supply chain.

WingsNG on Tablets

July also saw a tablet version launched for Wings, making the solution even more accessible for busy users on Android based tablets, using 3G, 4G and WI-FI.

Nordwind goes live on Wings NG and will be deploying Wings Tablets

Having completed Wings NG implementation and started using Wings in engineering, planning and materials departments, Nordwind Airlines in Russia will also be using tablets for discrepancy management in Wings, with testing and piloting taking place in December 2012 and full deployment during the first quarter of 2013.