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Ideagen secures software project with The Inland Group of Companies

Posted 25 April 2019 · Add Comment

Nottingham-based global software firm, has announced it is to supply Canada-based global aviation services provider The Inland Group of Companies, with software for safety, environment and quality management.



The Inland Group of Companies – comprised of Inland Technologies, Integrated De-Icing Services (IDS) and Quantem Aviation Services (QAS) – will implement Ideagen’s Coruson software across its growing operations in Canada, USA and Europe.



Coruson will be used as part of the Group’s strategy to standardise, streamline and continuously enhance several areas of its safety, environmental and quality management systems, including;
•    Health and Safety, Environmental and Quality Auditing and Assurance
•    Health and Safety and Environmental Reporting and Investigation
•    Proactive Risk Management
•    Process and Document Change Management
•    Safety, Environmental and Quality Performance Monitoring via dashboards and KPI/SPIs

David Deveau, VP Environment Health & Safety at the Inland Group of Companies, said: “We are delighted to be working with Ideagen and believe that Coruson will not only meet but exceed our expectations for supporting our safety, environmental and quality management systems.

“When it comes to excellence in operations, environment and health & safety, The Inland Group strives to be the industry leader. Therefore, where Ideagen and its Coruson software are also regarded as leaders in aviation safety and quality, we feel they are an ideal partner. We are pleased to join some of the largest organisations in aviation in using Coruson.”

The Inland Group of Companies is a provider of a variety of premium aviation services to many of the world’s largest airline, airport and other customers. These services including aircraft de-icing, glycol collection and recycling, waste water management, ground and cargo handling.

Inland Technologies is a full-service airport environmental compliance and ground support specialist. IDS carries out safe and efficient delivery of de-icing and anti-icing services while QAS specialises in aviation support around ground handling, cargo and mail operations and passenger handling.

Steven Cespedes, Head of Aviation at Ideagen, said: “I am excited that the Inland Group of Companies will be joining our Coruson customer base. This an exciting time for the product and I am looking forward to the Inland Group providing valuable insights into the use and future development of our Coruson software across the aviation domain.”

UK-based Ideagen provides software and services to organisations operating within highly regulated industries such as aviation. It is headquartered in the UK but has operational premises spread throughout the UK, EU, US, Middle East and SE Asia. More than 5,000 organisations globally use its software.

 

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