Indonesian airline Sriwijaya Air has signed up for Rusada’s Airworthiness and MRO software, ENVISION.
Sriwijaya Air is Indonesia’s third largest carrier, and along with subsidiary Nam Air, provides passenger flights to destinations across the country as well as international flights to Malaysia, Singapore and China. Since launching in 2003, its fleet has grown to 30 aircraft, consisting of Boeing 737’s and ATR 72’s.
Sriwijaya Air have signed up for six of ENVISION’s modules, including Fleet Management, Line Maintenance, Inventory Management, and Human Resources.
Rusada has already begun work on the implementation project, which will be carried out remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Their Asia-Pacific team, based in Brisbane, will conduct user training sessions via video conferencing, and use project management software to track and convey progress to Sriwijaya.
Dwi Iswantoro, Technical Director at Sriwijaya Air said:
“For us, ENVISON stood out from the competition because it was easy-to-use whilst functionally rich at the same time. In these difficult times we need a software system that makes our staff as efficient as possible and ENVISION does exactly that.”
Julian Stourton, CEO at Rusada said:
“Despite the difficulties our industry is currently facing, we are seeing many organizations use this period to reflect on their operations, and how they can become more efficient. Having an intelligent software system plays an enormous part in this, allowing users to easily evaluate their processes, performance, and resource utilization.
“It is a great testament to our software that operators such as Sriwijaya Air choose ENVISION to help drive their efficiency and get them through this difficult period.”