Live news , top stories, corporate news, company news, sector news, economy news, results analysis news, ceo interviews, fund manager interview, advisor interview, market news, bazaar talk, hot stocks news, ipo news, commodities news, mutual fund news, insurance news, news wire
22 December, 2014 14:37 IST

Source: | 22-Dec-14
Comments  |  Post Comment

Ramco Systems announced the successful go-live of Ramco Aviation version 5.6, at Columbia Helicopters (CHI), the world leader in commercial heavy-lift helicopter operations. CHI is one of-the first customers of Ramco Aviation who have been using the series 3 for more than a decade.

With this upgrade, CHI is on the latest and version of Ramco Solution v5.6, Ramco said. CHI is now using the fully integrated suite of Ramco Aviation including Finance & 3rd party MRO, Offline Maintenance System, Time & Attendance and Advanced Reporting, the company added.

Virender Aggarwal, CEO, Ramco Systems said, "We have a decade-old association with CHI and -are proud to have partnered with them in their growth journey. With this go-live, we have further reinforced our strength and capability to address the unique needs of Aviation sector with a powerful web-based offering that brings Mobility, Usability and Functionality into one integrated offering. With a unique 'Offline Field Maintenance system and a Kiosk based Time & Attendance tracking system, CHI now has a potent technology platform to address all its current and near future business needs."

Commenting on the Go-live, Stan Wilson, president of Columbia Helicopters Inc. said, "Having been on -Ramco Aviation 3.X series, we were confident of the product capabilities and the support from the team. As our business needs grew, we decided -to upgrade to the latest version. The implementation went on smoothly as the teams from Ramco & CHI worked as a single unit. We at CHI appreciate the strong domain knowledge and professionalism and partnership approach that Ramco's team continues to show in working with CHI."

Shares of the company gained Rs 5.65, or 2.92%, to trade at Rs 199. The total volume of shares traded was 2,255 at the BSE (2.53 p.m., Wednesday).

Comments Post comment 
 Post Comment
Name Email
Comment
Security Code type    into this box
Related Articles
Home  |   Shares  |   F&O  |   Mutual Funds  |   Loans  |   Insurance  |   News Centre
Wealth Tracker  |   Newsletters  |   Tax Corner  |   NRI Centre  |   Advertise
© All rights reserved. IRIS Business Services Limited
A Disclaimer