Aircraft Maintenance Systems (AMS), a growing software company that supports aircraft operators, component repair shops, MRO and manufactures in their maintenance planning and procedures, has today introduced its Document Manager software.
Richard Larue, President of AMS states, “Based on our clients’ response where traceability is very important to their workflow as well as the ability to maintain document control, our Document Manager offers a flexible configuration and a paperless environment so clients can easily organize, update and improve workflow and procedures.
Document Manager is a powerful paperless solution that can attach essential documents in the Aircraft Maintenance Manager (AMM), Component Repair Module (CRM) and the Inventory Manager (INV) of the AMS software.
About Aircraft Maintenance Systems
Aircraft Maintenance Systems designs specialized software that supports the important work of aircraft operations and maintenance. AMS serves aircraft operators, component repair shops, MRO and manufacturers and our solutions are aimed at reducing up-time and improving operational activities.
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