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Rusada’s Envision MRO Software Selected by Hawker Beechcraft Global Customer Support


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HBGCS expands use of Envision from the UK to also include all 7 sites in the USA

Rusada is pleased to announce the signing of a new contract with Hawker Beechcraft Global Customer Support (GCS) for the installation and support of its Envision MRO software across all of its Hawker Beechcraft Services facilities in the United States.

“We are very pleased to be extending our relationship with Hawker Beechcraft,” said Julian Stourton CEO of Rusada. “Hawker Beechcraft has been using the Envision product for four years in its U.K. service center and concluded that the functionality and savings achieved by the software would be a great asset to its greater organization.”

The project not only includes the transition of each site to using Envision for its day to day operations, but also the integration to the corporate business system, SAP. Envision will be used to manage all shop floor transactions, inventory management, planning, quality audit and resource / labour management functions. Invoicing control and speed and accuracy of data will be enhanced to ensure an even higher level of service to GCS’s customer base, and further integration projects are in the pipeline. The first site and the guiding principles for the use of the system are expected to be complete by the end of the first quarter in 2013, with the remaining sites coming on stream by the end of the fourth quarter.