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Berry Aviation signs up for Envision software
Managing a diverse fleet is tricky enough, but almost impossible without an intelligent software solution. Berry has chosen Envision to deliver performance and oversight for its airworthiness and maintenance activities.
Berry Aviation has selected Envision software to manage its airworthiness and maintenance activities.

Texas-based Berry Aviation has selected Rusada's Envision software to manage its airworthiness and maintenance activities.

The company provides specialty passenger, cargo and medevac services to the US Department of Defense, as well as cargo flights for civilian organisations and third party MRO services. It operates a mixed fleet of over 20 aircraft consisting of De Havilland DHC-6, De Havilland DHC-8-200, Embraer 120, Fairchild Swearingen Metro III, King Air 350 and Cessna 206 types. As well as serving all branches of the US military, Berry Aviation's customers also include Fortune 500 companies, NCAA athletic teams, NASCAR teams and other Part 135 and 121 carriers.

Berry Aviation has signed up for six of Envision's modules, including fleet management, base maintenance and inventory management, along with Rusada's Envision Tasks and Envision Stock mobile applications. The solution will be implemented by Rusada's North American client services teams, with work on the project having already begun.

Director flight dispatch operations Steve Jenkinson says: “Due to the growth we've experienced over recent years, we were looking for a solution that could better handle the operations and maintenance of a more diverse and larger fleet. Envision stood out for us because of its use of modern technologies and its user-friendly interface. In particular, we were very impressed with its quick and easy forecasting of maintenance activities, as well as its ability to efficiently handle component MRO. Even in these early stages of the implementation process we are already beginning to see the benefits Rusada's software will bring our business and our customers.”

CEO Julian Stourton adds: “The services that Berry Aviation provide are incredibly complex in nature, which in turn leads to a complex maintenance environment. Managing such a diverse fleet is tricky enough as it is, but if you don't have an intelligent software solution to assist you, then the task becomes almost impossible. Envision has been tried and tested in complex operations around the world, so I am more than confident it can deliver the performance and oversight that Berry is seeking.”

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