is an IT company based in France, Thailand and South Africa. The company has developed a fleet management system and logistic package called AIRPACK
which meets the needs of aircraft and helicopters operators, as well as MRO
centres. The strength of ADSoftware
is the simplicity of its product (Microsoft Windows ready, Web-enabled, multilingual, 5 days training), its 24/7 online technical support and extremely competitive pricing.
is currently used all around the world (Europe Aviation, Air Austral, Gabon airlines, Air Burkina, Lao Airlines...); they are specifically designed to suit small and medium airlines and are flexible enough to follow their growth.
is a new generation software developed by ADSotware. It improves safety and operations efficiency of Airlines, Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul facilities (MRO
) and Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations (CAMO
meets all requirements in terms of functionality, traceability, performance, aviation legislation and regulations. It is user friendly, Web Accessible, fully compatible with Pack Office products, and work on standard Pc (100% Windows© Technology).
is composed of 6 modules which are linked together to reach maximum efficiency: Airtime (Fleet management- CAMO
), AirStock (Inventory control – Logistic), AirDoc (Documentation management), AirUser, (Security management) and Airstat (Reliability and statistic reports) and Airwork (Time-Tracking).
Aircraft Reliability Control
Custom User Interface
Labour Hours Tracking
Maintenance Supply Tracking
Parts Inventory Management
Software Development Kit
Work Order Management
Year Founded: 1998
Location: France/ Thailand /Brazil / South Africa
Number of Customers: 56
Industries Served: Aviation Industry
Available on the following platforms: Windows, Web Based
Support available: 24/7, Regular Business Hours, Online/Self Service
Demo: Online free demo available on request
Price: available on request
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