A STEP FORWARD FOR IFRSKEYES IN LATIN AMERICA
07 Mar 2013
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On December 27, 2012 TAME’s General Manager, Rafael Farias Ponton signed a contract with IFRSKEYES to implement both AMASIS (Aircraft Maintenance & Engineering IT solution) and KEOPS (Ops & Crew management IT solution) into TAME’s information system landscape.
Being exigent with itself and in a continued effort to ensure its customers the highest standards of quality, TAME has chosen AMASIS and KEOPS to improve its daily operations at all levels.
The implementation of both products has started at the beginning of January 2013 by an audit to take into consideration the existing processes and TAME’s improvement objectives. The integration process is performed by the IFRSKEYES experts and the completion is planned for the end of the first semester 2013.
TAME, Airline of Ecuador, was founded in 1962. The reason of its creation is linked to the need to join the Ecuadorian territory and promote commercial, social, tourist and cultural development. Its mission is to provide national and international commercial air transportation ensuring its customers the highest standards of quality, covering abroad destinations such as Bogota, Caracas, Lima, Havana, Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo, or Panama.
TAME has a modern and varied fleet with Airbus A319, A320, ATR 42-500, Embraer ERJ170 and ERJ190.
TAME fulfills an important role in the traffic flows of foreign tourists, due to two factors: rate reduction and direct flights to the country.
In May 2013, TAME will end the first phase of the modernization started in 2011 and proceed to the second phase of development, with the reception of the 17 aircrafts which are planned to cover the route to New York.
IFRSKEYES and its feature products
IFRSKEYES is a major actor in the aviation industry, providing software and services solutions to airlines, defence operators and MROs for more than 25 years. Since 2011, it has become an AIRBUS company and keeps a constant improvement by developing the next generation of products while keeping supporting its current products which are AMASIS and KEOPS.
AMASIS (Aircraft Maintenance And Spares Information System) is an integrated solution on which 80 operators worldwide rely on to manage aircraft maintenance and related logistics.
KEOPS (KEys for Operations and Planning System) is a unique flight operations and cost management software. KEOPS addresses both operational and financial requirements and is fed with department specific information: Sales, OCC, Crew Rostering, HR and Accounting…