Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC), national flag carrier has started using the Aviation Resource Management System (ARMS 2.5) to strengthen its information management and to enhance efficiency.
Sugat Ratna Kansakar, Managing Director of the corporation stated that the corporation has installed software from Sheorey Digital Systems to bring services to automation to make engineering and air-operation effective. He said that the software cost nearly Rs 60 million and has been in operation from last week.
Sheorey Digital Systems has been working closely related to information management for the past two decades. The corporation has chosen the company through a global tender for software purchase.
The corporation had signed an agreement with Sheorey Digital System Pvt Ltd for the integration of new advanced software systems in February 2018.
The new Aviation Resource Management System 2.5 (ARMS) software help NAC to work more precisely on procedures related to flights, maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO). This software will play an effective role in managing the engineering department, operation, and security.
Under this software, the corporation will be able to track of its inventory and expiration date of aircraft spare parts. The software is expected to increase the quality of work and bring positive changes in NAC’s working environment. It also helps to keep track of training, roster and crew management, including Flight Safety, quality assurance, and document management system.
ARMS v2.5 – Aviation Resource Management System is a current-generation, state-of-the-art Information Technology System which effectively addresses the extremely critical and cost sensitive nature of Commercial Airlines/ Air Transport operations. These cutting-edge information technologies are seamlessly interwoven to provide the civil aviation industry with a cost-effective integrated solution, which is modular, scalable & highly user-customizable. ARMS® v2.5 is robust, redundant and a well-proven system.