AviIT Inc. Awarded Contract to Manage RCMP Air Services’ Technical Library
15 Aug 2013
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AviIT, Inc. announces it has been awarded the contract to provide eMan to centrally manage the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Air Services’ technical manuals. This contract was awarded after a thorough review of all internal processes, which included adopting industry standards to provide 24/7 access to the RCMP Aviation Technical Library.
eMan will be delivered to RCMP as a managed service, hosted in the AviIT Inc. high integrity regional data center. This will give RCMP aircraft maintenance engineers anytime access to all technical manuals and associated service documents regardless of where they are based. By providing a centralized document store and library management capabilities, eMan will virtually eliminate the need for costly, multiple document subscriptions and ensure complete revision management, audit capabilities, compliance tracking and version control. eMan will also allow users to grant temporary access to 3rd party vendors with appropriate safety and security – a powerful capability that supports the realities of maintenance operations.
“We are delighted RCMP Air Services has selected eMan to support the efficient operation of centrally managed technical libraries. RCMP sets a high standard for operational effectiveness and the library management brief reflects this,” states Dale Alven, Vice President Technical Solutions at AviIT Inc. “eMan has been designed to solve the difficult task of providing global access to the current version of any maintenance documentation. Our ability to deliver this as a hosted offering, wrapped in a managed service makes for a very compelling proposition. We look forward to long a fruitful relationship with RCMP.”
About RCMP Air Services: The RCMP maintains 19 Air Sections and currently employs 150 people throughout the country, including 78 pilots and 49 aircraft maintenance engineers & avionics technicians. The Air Services Fleet includes fixed and rotary wing aircraft, all of which have been selected to meet specific needs of the organization.