Document management system (DMS) providers Arconics, has announced the conclusion of an enterprise-wide deal with Qatar Airways. The new Dublin-based jobs will deliver AeroDocs, an airline document management system, to a Middle East carrier.
Arconics AeroDocs helps major airlines more easily manage their aircraft manuals and operational documentation. This software enables customers to meet, and exceed, their regulatory compliance requirements.
AeroDocs manages manuals for both Boeing and Airbus aircraft, making it ideal for airlines with large, mixed fleets.
Niall O’Sullivan, CEO, Arconics said: “We have been very lucky finding top talent, as we use cutting edge mobile and satellite technology and face the complex challenges that attract top engineers. We’re creating 22 new, highly skilled, high value jobs across the company during this growth phase, in airline software development, marketing and operations management. Arconics is a good example of an Irish company that’s a world leader in a highly competitive global software market, generating jobs and adding substantial export sales to Ireland’s balance of payments.”
Akbar Al Baker, CEO, Qatar Airways added: “We need the highest levels of quality and consistency in our document management systems to meet our global safety and compliance goals. Arconics brings us best-in-class software, and a deep understanding of the challenges we face. This initiative will help us deliver timely, consistent documents to every computer and mobile device across the Qatar Airways Group with an end-to-end audit trail.”
In welcoming the announcement of the Qatar Airways contract, Fergal Murray, CCO at Arconics commented: “We’re very proud of our software, built from scratch in Ireland and designed around the needs of users. This Qatar Airways contract is a huge vote of confidence in AeroDocs and the skilled team behind it. It proves that our solution can comfortably manage the complex document management needs of a major and fast-growing airline, with a modern fleet of both Boeing and Airbus aircraft.”