Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 4 October 2016
AerData, a Boeing Company, the provider of lease management, records management and engine fleet planning software, announced today a new arrangement between the industry leading MRO software solution, AMOS of Swiss AviationSoftware and AerData’s STREAM solution, providing customers with a fully-integrated software platform for a more efficient and complete aircraft electronic records management system.
STREAM (Secure Technical Records for Electronic Asset Management) is the industry’s foremost web-based solution used by some of the world’s largest airlines, lessors and MROs to manage aircraft and engine records.
In moving to a paperless future, the capabilities of the combined AMOS and STREAM offering will allow airlines and MRO providers to manage records fully electronically. The integration includes the ability to recognize AMOS Workpackages, Workorders & Task Cards. STREAM can display single Workorders or each Workpackage with associated Workorders and Task Cards contained within. Utilizing a placeholder in STREAM, will facilitate auto-archiving including the ability to identify missing records.
The integration also includes the ability to transfer electronically signed work orders, including e-signed PDFs. This can be triggered by configurable events such as work order closure. The files are e-Signed within AMOS, but directly stored in STREAM. All joint customers can benefit from this integration with the added benefits of a straightforward setup requiring minimal migration effort.
Ronald Schaeuffele, CEO of Swiss AviationSoftware, commented, “We are very glad to provide our customers with a native integration with STREAM. AMOS for airworthiness management and STREAM for documentation management are now able to go hand-in-hand for a seamless and paperless integration of records management.”
Commenting on the announcement, Vincent van der Gulik, Director, Products and Services, AerData said, “We are delighted to announce a new integration service for our AMOS customers. This seamless integration will give airlines and MROs a competitive edge by dramatically improving their entire aircraft records, maintenance, engineering, quality and logistics requirements.”
AerData, a Boeing Company, provides lease management, records management, engine fleet planning and audit and inspection software as well as technical and back office services for aircraft and engine operators, lessors and MROs. With a strong customer focus, AerData delivers a reliable and secure service to its clients using latest technologies and state of the art infrastructure.
AerData was acquired by The Boeing Company and became part of Boeing Support and Services in May 2014. These include parts, training, engineering, maintenance and software solutions that increase the efficiency and profitability of airlines and leasing companies.
About Swiss AviationSoftware and AMOS
AMOS is a comprehensive, fully integrated MRO software solution being developed and distributed by Swiss AviationSoftware. Swiss-AS, a 100% subsidiary of Swiss International Air Lines, has over 140 customers worldwide and belongs to the industry-leading MRO software providers. Swiss-AS’ loyal customer base includes pure operators of all sizes, major low-cost, regional and flag carriers, large airline groups and MRO providers. In the Americas and in Asia, AMOS is distributed through a partnership with Lufthansa Systems. For more information, please contact Swiss-AS via firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.SWISS-AS.COM
Sharon Heaton, Marketing Executive, AerData
Phone: +44 1293 842 438
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