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MGALL signs up for Aerodata's CMS

Posted 28 November 2017 · Add Comment

Boeing subsidiary AerData has signed an agreement with Montrose Global Aircraft Leasing Limited (MGALL) to support their existing fleet of 45 aircraft and accounting systems with AerData's Corporate Management System (CMS) hosted solution.



“We are looking to grow, and CMS will allow us to do that,” said Nick Brice, Montrose Global Technical director. “We chose AerData because of its reputation in the marketplace and are confident that it will be a smooth transition and great partnership.”

MGALL will consolidate data from multiple sources using the single CMS platform. The platform reduces risk for lessors by giving them full control and oversight of asset values, contract information and technical details. It also helps save time and money by using direct connections to existing financial systems.

“CMS helps lessors be more efficient and more effective by providing data analytics to report and forecast the business,” said Matt Bull, AerData CEO. “We are pleased that Montrose Global has chosen AerData CMS product and services to assist in optimizing their business processes and creating efficiencies within their operations.”

Montrose Global Aircraft Leasing Limited (MGALL) is an aircraft leasing company headquartered in Ireland, with offices in Dublin, London, Singapore and Australia. Montrose offer their services to a worldwide customer base, currently leasing aircraft to regional airlines in more than 18 countries. More than 60 leasing companies worldwide use AerData systems to support their business.

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