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Falcon Aviation Selects Ramco

Written By: Predrag Jakovljevic
Published On: August 11 2014

Ramco Systems continues to make major forays in the Middle East. The Middle East and Africa is the third largest market for Ramco after India and the United States, accounting for 23 percent of the overall revenue in fiscal 2013-14. Ramco has announced its 65th aviation customer—the Middle East-based Falcon Aviation Services. This news comes just after the premier win at Kerzner International and on the heels of signing a leading maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) operator.
 
Based at Al Bateen Executive Airport, Falcon Aviation Services operates a fleet of corporate jets conducting VIP charter flights, as well as a fleet of helicopters serving the offshore oil and gas industry. The company also conducts search and rescue, aircraft management, MRO, and consulting operations. Ramco will be providing its complete engineering, materials management, maintenance, quality, flight operations, and MRO modules along with enterprise resource planning (ERP) financials, human resources (HR), and payroll.
 
This win marks Ramco’s ability to address VIP charter/heli-operator service providers with the Ramco Aviation Suite. Charter Aviation is a big market in the Middle East, and the vendor hopes to ride on this win to address similar players in the region. Ramco ended the fiscal 2013-14 year with 14 new aviation customers, including leading players like Malaysia Airlines, DanCopter, Eagle Air, Ellinair, Astra Airlines, and Modern Logistics. In addition, in the Middle East, Ramco counts leading names such as Emirates, Schlumberger, GPCC, Group4Securitas, RedTag, Khimji Ramdas, and Rakbank as its clients.
 
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