- Zephyrus Aviation Capital selects GE Digital's Asset Transfer System (ATS) after testing other options in the market
- ATS helps speed up and simplify how leased asset documentation is managed between airlines and aircraft lessors
- The cloud-based system offers real-time access to critical information, advanced analytics, and reporting capabilities
SAN RAMON, Calif. – MAY 18, 2023 – GE Digital, a leading provider of aviation software, today announced that Zephyrus Aviation Capital (Zephyrus), a leading aircraft leasing and asset management company, has selected its Asset Transfer System (ATS) for records management.
After testing several other systems on the market, Zephyrus decided to implement ATS, and it is now being used by their teams, consultants, and third parties.
The adoption of ATS is part of Zephyrus' ongoing efforts to optimize its daily asset records management and facilitate any records-related projects, including transition and remarketing, maintenance events, mid-lease inspections, and acquisitions. By taking advantage of ATS, Zephyrus will be able to streamline a typically time-consuming process while enhancing collaboration between its internal and external stakeholders.
"We are proud to work with Zephyrus Aviation Capital and provide them with our industry-leading Asset Transfer System," said Andrew Coleman, General Manager, Aviation Software for GE Digital. "ATS is designed to help companies like Zephyrus optimize their operations, reduce risks, and increase their competitiveness in a challenging market. We look forward to supporting their team's continued success for years to come."
"Zephyrus Aviation Capital is delighted to be working with GE Digital's Asset Transfer System," added David Gleeson, Zephyrus' Chief Technical Officer. "We're already seeing the benefits of ATS, as it has enabled us to have full confidence in our records management, which has freed up time and resources, and allows us to better manage our assets."
ATS is a collaborative tool that supports day-to-day records management activities for the aviation industry, including the way asset documentation is managed among airlines, lessors, and maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) teams.
ATS allows users to manage and search asset records in their daily operations. In addition, users can collaborate with multiple parties around asset documentation review: using the system to create and check project status, view the status of multiple projects in parallel, and interactively manage the open items list as well as checklist status of required documentation.
More information about GE Digital software for the aviation industry here.
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