As part of the Thomas Cook Group Airline harmonisation and after much market place research, AMOS was chosen as the group maintenance information system with CrossConsense taking care of the data migration.
The project consisted of five separate elements that resulted in one group AMOS:
– Migration of the UK and DK data from the existing MIS to AMOS
– Merging of two existing Condor AMOS databases
– Merging of the existing BE AMOS database with UK/DK
– Merging of Condor and UK/DK/BE AMOS databases
CrossConsense played a huge part in the project, from Mick Rhodes (CrossConsense consultant) leading the first migration phase to Mirko Lang (CrossConsense consultant) taking care of the database merges. Not only was the expertise in data migration extensive but also the wealth of knowledge of AMOS itself and of the aircraft maintenance business, all leading to a successful outcome.
The merging of the existing databases was by far the most challenging where Thomas Cook Group was continually faced with special migration files not being available. Mirko listened to the criteria of the business, advised the possibilities and offered solution after solution to reach the end goal.