RAAS (Remote Access Aviation System)

RAAS (Remote Access Aviation System) from Aviation Intertec Services

By: Aviation Intertec Services  06-06-2012
Keywords: computer programming, management software, Inventory Management

RAAS is an advanced enterprise-level solution for management of stores, inventory, purchasing, planning, production, technical records and reliability analysis requirements of both fleet operations and MROs. RAAS customers enjoy the benefits of a widely accessible and easy-to-use inventory management and maintenance support system that through continued use is able to reduce maintenance costs by increasing maintenance procedure efficiency, reducing held inventory, providing proof of quality for component TBO extensions and inspection escalations, and by directly reducing clerical labour requirements. Since it’s introduction, RAAS has grown consistently and continues to take advantage of new technologies as they become available. RAAS was designed as a superior product for the commercial fleet operator that would achieve enhanced functionality through the use of advanced software development tools and browser-based technologies. RAAS has met the original design objective and demonstrates advanced utility through high levels of integration, easy-to-use user interfaces, and many automated reporting and data analysis features. Advanced functionality coupled with the distributed nature of Internet technologies makes RAAS a leader in its field.

Keywords: Aviation Maintenance, Aviation Services, Aviation Software, computer programming, Inventory Control, Inventory Management, Inventory System, management software

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06-06-2012

RAAS (Remote Access Aviation System)

RAAS is an advanced enterprise-level solution for management of stores, inventory, purchasing, planning, production, technical records and reliability analysis requirements