Montreal (Quebec), August 14, 2013 – Aircraft Maintenance Systems (AMS), a growing software company that supports aircraft operators, component repair shops, MROs and manufacturers in their maintenance planning, procedures and inventory management, has today welcomed four new clients to its community.
AMS has established the partnership with Global Airways from South Africa, Kampala Executive Aviation in Uganda and TUAG Triebwerk Unterhalt AG, who is the official Swiss representative of the French engine manufacturer, Turbomeca.
The company has a growing presence in Africa and continually expands in North America, welcoming its fourth client for the month of June 2013, Regional Cadet Support Unit (Prairie) located in Manitoba, Canada.
About Aircraft Maintenance Systems
Aircraft Maintenance Systems designs specialized software that supports the important work of aircraft operations and maintenance. AMS serves aircraft operators, component repair shops, MROs, and manufacturers in their maintenance planning, tracking and management procedures. Our solutions are aimed at reducing downtime and improving overall operational activities.
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Aircraft Maintenance Systems designs specialized software that supports the important work of aircraft operations and maintenance. AMS serves aircraft operators, component repair shops, MROs, and...
Since 2001, Aircraft Maintenance Systems has provided world-class aircraft maintenance and inventory software to more than 200 companies in 36 countries. AMS software is a user-friendly, feature-rich...