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ADSoftware signs Skyward Express to its AirPack maintenance software package

Posted 29 July 2015 · Add Comment

ADSoftware has signed an agreement with Kenya's Skyward Express for its AirPack maintenance software.

Skyward operates a fleet of 3 Fokker 50s, 1 Fokker 100 and 2 Dash 8-300s.

ADSoftware launched its latest MRO mobile multiplatform applications for line and base maintenance at this year’s Paris Airshow. 

“The Discover, Learn, Experience, Exchange themed demo definitely attracted the attention of the visitors” said Sebastien Dunoyer, ADSoftware’s development Manager. “We constantly innovate and that’s what makes the difference with the competition.” 

ADSoftware has also signed with Asia Atlantic Airways. 

The ADSoftware stand quickly became a hive of activity and proved to be very popular among tech savvy aircraft engineers who could witness live how to interface line and base maintenance activities from a mobile device with the Maintenance Information System (MIS). Visitors at the stand could work on an iPad and share with colleagues on a TV screen what the system would generate. 

The “Dent and Buckle” feature available on the new AD APP left a lasting impression on the public. By simply taking a picture of the identified defect, the captured data is automatically synchronised on cloud with the AirPack system, to search for the right part number, raise the defect and automatically create a provisioning request. 

Featured innovations also included ADSearch and ADWatcher, two mobile apps dedicated to searching and classifying documents and ADRescue, a sophisticated database and applications secured backup solution. 

CEO of ADSoftware, Fred Ulrich said: “ADSoftware does not just make a sale, we build relationships. This first client feedback will be used to refine and improve our apps. Not only do we develop a platform that is perfectly streamlined into the customer’s operations with the necessary bells and whistles, but we also build great relationships in the process.” 

 

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