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Avrexsee, Selom Aviation announce JV to offer managed services to aircraft leasing companies

Our Bureau Hyderabad | Updated on October 29, 2019 Published on October 29, 2019

Use of CAAMS will help aircraft owners, aircraft leasing companies, airline operators to cut down process time significantly.

Avrexsee Enterprises has announced a joint venture with Selom Aviation Ltd of Ireland to launch managed services for airline operators, aircraft leasing companies and MROs.

The new venture will offer the Civil Aircraft Asset Management Solution (CAAMS), a set of software and hardeware tools, and provide  related managed services including aircraft lease records management and migration and digitisation of legacy records.

CAAMS uses AI,  augmented reality, cloud computing  and some advanced search techniques of Office 365.  The use of CAAMS will help aircraft owners trim the process time significantly, said the firms.

Use of CAAMS will help aircraft owners, aircraft leasing companies, airline operators to cut down process time significantly. This will enable and help aircraft owners and leasing companies to manage and maintain the airworthiness of aircraft and ensure safety regulations.

Maneesh Singh, Founder & Director, Avrexsee Enterprises said “CAAMS, developed and managed from Hyderabad, will have sales interfaces through Selom Aviation for its clientele globally.”

The Hyderabad’s product development facility will also enable this as experiential training centre for some of the qualified engineers as aspirants to learn these advanced technologies and seek their career progression in Aerospace & Defence industry.

Ravi Reddy, Director of Selom Aviation Limited said “This new product as CAAMS will help in addressing the needs of Aircraft Leasing Companies and Aircraft Owners. Dublin in Ireland is the Aircraft Leasing Hub.”

Published on October 29, 2019
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