Hexaware Technologies partners with AeroSoft on DigiDOC for iOS 7 launch

New Jersey USA-based IT and BPO services firm Hexaware Technologies said that it has partnered with AeroSoft Systems Inc. to provide access to real-time updates to documents through DigiDOC for aviation maintenance repair and overhaul teams via iOS 7 (NASDAQ: AAPL).

The firm said that, by extending the mobile platform beyond Android (NASDAQ: GOOG) and Windows 8 (NASDAQ: MSFT) more MRO teams will have access to the Interactive Electronic Technical Publications platform for AeroSoft´s DigiDOC content management solutions on iPads and iPhones.

Digital data will be available via a custom Web interface for the replication of changes across documents, revisions to content, and to provide a proven solution for the maintenance of modern commercial aircraft. DigiDOC is a flexible interface that enables the airline or MRO team to assemble a customized package geared toward any specific need, and to provide advanced content management solutions, which are being used for a new generation of aircraft like the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

Hexaware´s MRO practice leverages its experience to create tools and services that help customers overcome migration challenges to new M&E systems, implementing industry specific data warehouses and analytics as well as independent application testing suites for the functional testing of M&E applications.

HMRO analytics include more than 50 key performance indicators with pre-built dashboards and reports.

Customers can also take advantage of the BPO services for technical records digitization and management. Hexaware was recently awarded the Golden Peacock Award for Excellence in Corporate Governance, and received the prestigious UK Oracle User Group PeopleSoft Partner of the Year Award in 2012.

AeroSoft Systems is a Canadian-controlled private corporation with headquarters in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. The company´s exclusive focus is the development and marketing of software solutions and services for maintenance and engineering in aviation.

Find out more at www.aerosoftsys.com/asi/.

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