LOTAMS opts for AMOS

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By TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP October 25, 2013 11:24

LOTAMS opts for AMOS

Swiss-AS has announced that LOT Aircraft Maintenance Services (LOTAMS) has chosen AMOS from Swiss AviationSoftware to fully track and control its maintenance operations and to gain a competitive edge by implementing this proven MRO system.

Shortly after the spin-off from the Polish national carrier, LOTAMS started its search for a modern M&E system with advanced MRO functions. During the pre-sales phase LOTAMS realised that AMOS’ user-friendliness and extensive functionality would improve the company’s efficiency and accordingly cut costs.

The implementation of the AMOS system is considered by the MRO provider as a major step in the process of restructuring the company’s internal maintenance procedures.

“During the past months we have had major investments in the functional area for pure MRO providers. LOTAMS’ engagement with Swiss-AS clearly indicates that we are moving in the right direction. Our efforts are already paying off in terms of a broader and deeper functionality for customers who are MRO providers,” states Ronald Schaeuffele, CEO of Swiss-AS. Pawel Gontarczyk, LOTAMS Board Member, says: “The most important role of Swiss-AS in AMOS system implementation project is guiding and assisting LOTAMS in streamlining and changing current maintenance and engineering procedures in order to develop and implement future state-of-the-art business processes. AMOS is an enabler to achieve the company’s goal.”

Swiss-AS is confident to guide LOTAMS smoothly towards go-live due to the highly standardised implementation process which is optimised and fine-tuned with each AMOS

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