Ramco Systems secures order from AMP

Eleanor Steed
By Eleanor Steed July 5, 2017 15:05

Ramco Systems secures order from AMP

Ramco Systems, a provider of aviation & maintenance software on cloud, mobile, and tablets, has secured an order from Airline MRO Parts (AMP) for its aviation offering. The deployment of Ramco Aviation M&E MRO Suite V5.8 will provide AMP with a scalable platform on which to manage its parts distribution and trading business.

AMP helps MROs and airlines manage their inventories, both with purchasing consolidation programs on the buy side and innovative surplus solutions for overstocked and obsolete parts on the sell side. By utilizing Ramco’s modules for Supply Chain Management, Part Sales Management, Finance & Accounting, and by maximizing the use of connectors to Aeroxchange Buy, Sell, and Consignment products, AMP will be able to manage procurement processes for its growing list of distribution and consignment customers.

Upon signing the agreement, Wayne Mihailov, CEO of AMP, said, “Our continued strong business growth has brought us to the point where traditional ways of managing operations will no longer suffice. We came to the realization that we needed an integrated, digital business model which would give us complete visibility of our supply chain, real-time order processing, and complete control of our inventories.  We evaluated multiple leading ERPs and found Ramco’s offering to be the best solution for the automation and connectivity required to run our business.”

Commenting on the win, Virender Aggarwal, CEO, Ramco Systems, said, “AMP marks the entry of Ramco into a new segment, the Parts Trading organizations within Aviation. The flexibility and comprehensive nature of the application has enabled us to win the trust of this global business. AMP’s efforts to achieve a highly efficient digital business model is commendable, and Ramco is happy to be a part of it. With innovative features like Mobility and Chatbots, AMP will now experience automation not only within its own organization, but also across its customer operations.”

Eleanor Steed
By Eleanor Steed July 5, 2017 15:05