Posted on: 27 January 2016 by Ross McSweeny
Kalstar Aviation has decided to deploy the Alkym Management and Control System for Aircraft Maintenance from Seabury MRO Solutions.
“We have been working through the robust selection process with the Kalstar team for the past eighteen months. It is always great news when the process highlights your product as the best-in-class for their operation,” commented John Barry, SVP, Seabury MRO Solutions. “Once again our ability to provide the highest quality integrated software within the budget of a growing airline was critical to the successful outcome.”
Abdul Haris Mulyana, VP of Kalstar Aviation, added, “We firstly set about the process to ensure our technical team got exactly what was needed to increase our fleet availability and reliability whilst continuing to have the highest safety and quality standards. It was only when they identified the suitable software systems we begin to consider the other key aspects like vendor track record and pricing. Seabury MRO Solutions, with its proven solution already deployed in the region, successfully proved they could deliver on all our criteria.”
Seabury MRO Solutions’ project team will work on site with Kalstar Aviation in Jakarta in early 2016 to ensure the carrier gets the maximum benefit from its Alkym license for 20 users.
The Alkym Management and Control System for Aircraft Maintenance has over eighteen different modules aimed at increasing operational efficiency, reducing costs, improving performance and maximising productivity while enhancing growth and meeting future challenges.