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Seabury Solutions assists DCA Mauritius to enhance operational processes

Posted 20 September 2018 · Add Comment

Seabury Solutions, a provider of Information Technology solutions for the aviation industry, has said that the Department of Civil Aviation Mauritius (DCA Mauritius) has completed the implementation of the company’s multi-platform integrated system, eAuthority.

 

Moving to a complete digital process and aiming for a paperless office, eAuthority will enable the department to oversee organisations, aircraft, and aviation professional certification and licensing. Inspired by ICAO, EASA and FAA regulations, the system is designed to increase efficiency of internal staff while giving real-time information to the management on a multi-platform dashboard. 

John Barry, Seabury Solutions Senior Vice President, explains: “When DCA Mauritius began the tender process it was clear they wished to get ahead of safety risks. The tools they wanted to put in the hands of their people should give everyone in the organization access to the correct data. In this way it would be possible to improve operational processes, strive towards a paperless office but critically important to measure the success. eAuthority with its integrated modules would bring single source data with cutting-edge BI, BPM, and DMS.”

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