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GAMIT's ROAM wins 10-year Air Tahiti Nui digital records management tender

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GAMIT's ROAM wins 10-year Air Tahiti Nui digital records management tender - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Dana Ermolenko
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GAMIT, an AMAC Aerospace Company, based in Stansted, UK has been awarded a long-term contract to digitize the technical records of flag carrier Air Tahiti Nui’s fleet using the aerospace industry leading software produced by GAMIT called ROAM (Records Online Asset Management) which is a digital records management solution.

Air Tahiti Nui will utilize ROAM to further modernize its operations and seamlessly manage the technical documentation generated by its fleet, using ROAM’s unique functions and integrations to monitor & manage airworthiness compliance. ROAM is a tool that will enable Air Tahiti Nui to capitalize on operational efficiencies optimizing manpower and aid their continuous improvement objectives.

Yannick MERMET, Maintenance & Engineering Director of AIR TAHITI NUI commented: “Air Tahiti Nui remains committed to the modernization and digitalization of its airworthiness management and monitoring tools and processes. We were looking for a user-friendly and efficient solution for our transition from paper-to digital for our maintenance records archives and ROAM proved to be the solution best suited to our needs.”

Chris Leese Wood, Chief Operating Officer of GAMIT said: “We are incredibly proud to have been selected as Air Tahiti Nui’s choice for digital records management. Air Tahiti Nui’s commitments to sustainability and its forward-thinking approach to new technologies makes it a dream customer for Gamit and its product ROAM. We are looking forward to working very closely with their team to ensure a highly successful experience in fully digitizing its records”.





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