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Ramco Goes Live with LSAP on Kenya Airways

Published: 01st October 2014 06:07 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st October 2014 06:07 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: Ramco Systems has announced that its Loadable Software Airplane Parts solution is now live on Kenya Airways. The LSAP is an Engineering Data Management System that will manage the carrier’s fleet of B787 Dreamliner aircraft. Ramco Systems EDMS is a way for Kenya Airways to manage its Airline Configuration systems as it upgrades its fleet to the new 787s. According to company spokespersons Ramco’s LSAP solution will help the carrier in maintaining a baseline for all software and hardware under configuration and efficiently manage all changes to the baseline as and when released by Boeing. Kevin Kinyanjui, Information Systems Director and CIO, Kenya Airways, said that the carrier was on the lookout for a solution that would help meet regulatory requirements as described by our Aircraft Network Security Program and also integrate with the Boeing SCX Tool.  “Having evaluated a range of solutions to cater to the needs of our latest fleet of B787 Dreamliners, we zeroed down on Ramco’s offerings,” he said. Ramco’s CEO Virender Aggarwal said that company was constantly increasing its customer base. 



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