Press release

Boeing Goldcare selects STREAM records management solution

Amsterdam, The Netherlands;  31 July 2013

AerData, the provider of software and services for the aviation industry announces that Boeing, the world's largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners and defense, space and security systems will use STREAM records management solution in support of its GoldCare program for airline fleet maintenance.

STREAM (Secure Technical Records for Electronic Asset Management) is the industry’s foremost web-based solution used by the world’s leading airlines, lessors and MROs to manage scanned aircraft and engine records.

Commenting on the announcement, Mark Nieuwendijk, Managing Director of AerData said; “Boeing is another major industry player to use STREAM, following in the footsteps of several other leading aerospace companies in the past twelve months. STREAM has demonstrated once again its value as the foremost enabler of the paperless engineering process. We are proud that STREAM will be part of Goldcare as it is perfectly suited to the unique service offering that Boeing will provide to its customers.”

AerData will scan the aircraft technical records and make these available to Boeing personnel supporting GoldCare. GoldCare is a flexible lifecycle solution that offers a tailored combination of maintenance engineering and planning, material management and maintenance execution as a multiyear service managed by Boeing.

About AerData

AerData provides lease management software, engine fleet planning software, records scanning software, fleet and valuations data and technical and backoffice 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.

For further information

Sharon Heaton, Marketing Executive, AerData
Phone: +44 1293 842 438
Email: sharon.heaton@aerdata.com

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