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AMMROC Implements Innovative Oracle I.T. System to Support Expansion Plans

24/09/2014 by

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AMMROC (Advanced Military Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul Center) LLC, the Abu Dhabi-based Joint Venture between Mubadala Development Company, Sikorsky and Lockheed Martin, launched its Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) services and Complex Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (cMRO) program on Oracle Super Cluster, the first company to achieve this worldwide. The execution of this program also marked a significant milestone, as it was the company's largest and fastest ever application of this platform, taking only 28 working days for successful implementation.

Fahed Al Shamesi, CEO of AMMROC said:
"AMMROC has made substantial investments in Oracle hardware and software to support our business growth and objectives. The innovative solutions presented by this project will allow us to reduce our turn-around times, and enable faster response to customer needs. This industry leading program will also allow for even more efficient supply chain management at AMMROC, via optimized stock and inventory levels, as well as advanced forecasting for material planning. Ultimately, this will support AMMROC's expansion and performance, while helping UAE nationals to be future leaders and providing the chance to easily adopt high-end technologies."

Tom Pegrume, Vice President, Systems, for Oracle Middle East and Africa commented:
"The set-up and implementation of such a complex project being completed within 1.5 months was a remarkable achievement and one of the fastest deployment times for Super Cluster implementations. AMMROC's ability to master complex MRO IT solutions, combined with Oracle's services of engineered systems, has led to this remarkable success.

"Oracle cMRO is both an aircraft maintenance application for transportation and defense operations, and an MRO service application for aerospace and defense manufacturers. The program is uniquely designed to enable accurate and responsive collaboration among all parties involved in air fleet maintenance.

AMMROC provides military maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Armed Forces and other military operators across South Asia, Middle East and North Africa. AMMROC is poised for significant growth in the coming five years, and this project is considered a cornerstone in AMMROC's mission to establish state-of-the-art IT Infrastructure to support its advancements, and its move to a purpose built center-of-excellence at Nibras Al Ain Aerospace Park.

The new facility will be one of the largest dedicated military MRO centers in the world, and will be an anchor tenant at Nibras, the freezone project being jointly developed by Mubadala and Abu Dhabi Airports to support the establishment of a sustainable aerospace hub in Abu Dhabi.

This article has been extracted from http://www.zawya.com/, please click on this link to read the article in full http://www.zawya.com/story/AMMROC_Implements_Innovative_Oracle_IT_System_to_Support_Expansion_Plans-ZAWYA20140924101954/

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