DynCorp International (DI) has upgraded its use of IFS Applications for supporting ongoing US Department of Defense (DoD) operational projects in aviation maintenance deployed within Afghanistan.
Presently, DynCorp is using IFS Applications to provide additional capabilities on two of their aviation programs supporting the transition of capabilities to Afghan national organizations.
The IFS Fleet and Asset Management solution includes supply chain capabilities to support helicopter maintenance; helps DI team members manage a fleet of more than 100 aircraft. The solution then interfaces back to several of DI’s forward maintenance worksites with advanced supply depot and technician data.
"We chose IFS Applications to gain a wider range of tools," said Steven Schorer, DynCorp International President. "Their solution enables us to increase our maintenance management and logistics functions, access information from multiple locations and empower our team members to best support our global customers." he added.
"IFS Applications has been developed and well tested to cope in complex and demanding situations, making it the ideal solution for use in a high-pressured environment," said Graham Grose, Aerospace & Defence Industry Director at IFS, the global enterprise applications company in the press release.
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