A statement from Wipro claimed TOPS was one of the more advanced products available in the aviation market.
TOPS CREW helps airlines manage processes related to crew management such as leave bidding and planning, crew training and crew tracking. It is claimed to help maximise productivity by managing crew operations, optimising costs and reducing operational delays.
The new module includes a tool for analysis that allows airlines to prepare, review and compare various solutions to address business problems. The rule-checking ability ensures changes are checked for regulatory compliance, airline-stipulated requirements and also violations of crew legality.
Wipro Consumer Business Unit president Srini Pallia said: “The TOPS product suite reinforces our commitment to developing cutting-edge products and platforms for the aviation market and supporting the digital transformation journey of our customers.
"TOPS is a manifestation of our strategy to address whitespaces in the aviation industry by investing in technology products. I am confident that global airlines will derive immense value and benefit from this strategic product.”
Saliya Karunanayake, senior vice-president – Cabin Services, Qatar Airways, said, “At Qatar Airways, technology is at the heart of everything we do. We share a long history of partnership with Wipro, and are very pleased that the jointly developed TOPS CREW product suite can now help further maximise productivity and increase efficiency across our rapidly expanding global route network, served by our ultra-modern fleet of more than 250 aircraft.”