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Ramco to Aviate its Software onto Iraqi Airways

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Ramco Systems, a global aviation software specialist, declared that it will implement Ramco Aviation M&E MRO Software V5.8, an aviation software, onto Iraq's national carrier, Iraqi Airways Company.

Ramco proclaimed that it will deploy its entire Aviation Software suite, which includes modules for M&E, CAMO, Materials Management, and Quality & Safety. Through its Mobility module, the cloud-based software will automate the Iraqi national carrier's operations, manage complete records of its aircraft, and enable the airway's staff to manage their operations and receive alerts on the go, providing greater flexibility, optimized aircraft availability, and reduced friction.

Improved inventory monitoring and stock visibility capabilities will be incorporated into Ramco Aviation Software, allowing for better resource management, unified employee records, and end-to-end control operations on a single platform.

Ramco Aviation Software will also provide improved inventory tracking and stock visibility capabilities, allowing for better resource management, unified employee records, and end-to-end control operations on a single platform.

As a result, Ramco Systems' stock soared 4.60 percent to Rs.583 after the company announced that Iraq's national airline, Iraqi Airways Company, will use its aviation software, Ramco Aviation M&E MRO Software V5.8.

“We are happy to partner with Iraqi Airways to digitally transform their business. Infused with Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning capabilities, our Aviation ERP has gained the trust of leading operators in the industry. We look forward to working with Iraqi Airways to reduce inefficiencies and future-proof their operations through our innovative features”, Virender Aggarwal, CEO, Ramco Systems

Iraqi Airways Company, also known as Iraqi Airways, is the country's national carrier, based at Baghdad International Airport in Baghdad. It is the Middle East's second-oldest airline. Baghdad International Airport serves as Iraqi Airways' main hub.

“We were seeking a best-in-class Aviation ERP software that would deliver quality results and help us embark on a digital transformation journey. We are happy to partner with Ramco as our technology partner in this journey. As the world slowly recovers from the pandemic and air travel returns, it is vital for airlines to adapt and prepare to serve customers with a robust digital infrastructure. We are excited to be working with Ramco in building such a platform at Iraqi Airways”, said Captain Kifah Hasan Jabbar, CEO, Iraqi Airways.

Ramco Systems is a cloud and mobile-based enterprise software company that specializes in HCM and Global Payroll, ERP, and M&E MRO for the aviation industry.

“We are happy to partner with Iraqi Airways to digitally transform their business. Infused with Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning capabilities, our Aviation ERP has gained the trust of leading operators in the industry. We look forward to working with Iraqi Airways to reduce inefficiencies and future-proof their operations through our innovative features”, Virender Aggarwal, CEO, Ramco Systems.

Ramco Systems' net profit fell 58.90 percent to Rs.7.45 crore in Q4 March 2021 over Q3 December 2020, owing to a 12.55 percent drop in income from operations to Rs 149.86 crore.

With its multi-tenant cloud and mobile-based enterprise software in HR and Global Payroll, ERP, and M&E MRO for Aviation, Ramco is a next-generation business software player revolutionising the market. Ramco Systems, which is part of the $1 billion Ramco Group, focuses on Innovation and Culture to set itself apart in the industry.

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