Successfully Goes Live in Record Time of 200 Days Across 21 Base Stations; Maintaining 15 Fleets
Go Airlines (GoAir), a leading provider of low fare services in the growing Indian aviation market, today announced that it has successfully gone live in record time on Ramco’s Aviation Maintenance & Engineering (M&E) suite of ERP software for its 15 fleets across 21 base stations.
The go-live marked Ramco’s web-based Series 5 M&E software and Ramco ePublications’ seamless integration with GoAir’s existing Flight Operations ARMS system and SAP Financials. Integration with ARMS has helped GoAir create journey logs automatically whereby users get to know of flight schedules in advance, thus enabling better aircraft planning. Ramco’s integration with SAP financials has helped in smooth flow of transactions between the two systems.
Speaking on the go-live, Mr. Giorgio De Roni, Chief Executive Officer, GoAir, said, “We are happy to announce the successful go-live of Ramco Aviation Suite at GoAir. We embarked on adopting Ramco’s web-based M&E software to help us meet regulatory requirements, efficiently monitor the fleet, have better inventory control and bring about cost-effectiveness. Within 200 days of the project kick-start, both teams at Ramco and GoAir have ensured a smooth go-live and a seamless integration with the existing system. This is a truly remarkable achievement and we look forward to fully leveraging the power of the system as we grow further.”
Commenting on the achievement, Mr. Virender Aggarwal, CEO, Ramco Systems, said “Ramco’s implementation at GoAir has set new records of being one of the fastest go-lives of Aviation M&E solution, and this is indeed a momentous occasion for all of us. With the right products and market spread, our focus is now on building features around customer needs. This has triggered us to build Mobility, an User Interface and role-based Aviation WorkSpaces which will take the user experience to the next level.”
Go Airlines (India) Ltd. is the aviation foray of the Wadia Group. The airline operates its services under the brand GoAir. GoAir launched its operations in November 2005. GoAir, a low-fare carrier launched with the objective of commoditizing air travel, offers airline seats at marginal premium to train fares across India. The airline currently operates across 21 destinations with over 750 weekly flights and more than 2,000 connections. GoAir ensures a smart value-for-money option for both business and leisure travelers, without compromising on either safety or service factors.