Commsoft Wins SmartLynx Airlines MRO Software Contract
26 Apr 2011
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London, 26th April 2011
Communications Software (Airline Systems) Limited (“Commsoft”) has announced that SmartLynx Airlines Limited (“SmartLynx”) www.smartlynxweb.com is the latest airline to sign up to its world leading MRO software system. After a rigorous selection process, Commsoft’s Open Aviation Strategic Engineering System (“OASES”) beat its competitors to be chosen by SmartLynx to support its charter and ACMI operations.
SmartLynx has signed up to OASES for 5 years on a 15-concurrent user deal to manage its eight Airbus A320s, which operate worldwide in a range of locations and with various third party customers. Commsoft has agreed to a rapid implementation of OASES, with the system aiming to go live by 30th May 2011.
Nick Godwin, Business Development Director at Commsoft, commented:
“Our OASES system was selected due to its technical merits, with broad functionality, user friendliness and flexibility. The Commsoft team and implementation partners will be working on the ground at SmartLynx headquarters to help ensure rapid deployment in readiness for SmartLynx’s intensive summer season. We are delighted to have been selected after such a thorough evaluation and look forward to supporting SmartLynx’s dynamic environment”.
SmartLynx will be using OASES for:
- Reliability, Tech Logs and Defect Control
- Inventory including RFQ
- Technical Records and Forecasting
- AD/SD Evaluation
- Planning and Workpack Production
- Line Maintenance Control
- Digital Documentation for Workcard Manual Attachments
- AMP Management
Commsoft supports aircraft maintenance organisations with high quality, affordable MRO IT systems. OASES is one of the most successful aviation engineering and maintenance systems in the world and is used by a variety of organisations internationally.
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