Asset maintenance is undoubtedly one of the biggest cost factors in the operation of commercial aircraft. To ensure availability and safety, owners and operators cannot afford to cut corners in an attempt to economize. Owners have no choice but to keep their aircraft serviceable, and because of this many will make the time to pay attention to costs, billings, service logs, and downtime demands to determine if they are getting value for money from aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) organizations.

And if the worsening shortage of maintenance technicians is not enough of a problem to have to deal with, then job rework and excessive hours spent in supervision are something that must be avoided to stay competitive and maintain a reliable MRO reputation.

You want to make sure that your technicians can work as efficiently as possible and have access to all the data they need, right there and then during the activity at hand. Be they airframe, power plant, interior, avionic, or paint technicians, MROs must do what they can to help these craftsmen and women truly understand each aircraft model, and the large volume of components that it comprises. Each model regularly has very unique requirements so it’s important that technicians can bring up plans, manuals, and servicing history on demand, quickly and easily both in the field as well as in the workshop.

Set up and used correctly, Technisoft Service Manager will unquestionably assist in giving aviation MROs the ability to get jobs out of the workshop on time and within a reasonable and predictable cost.

Whether the servicing work is internal or external, Technisoft Service Manager will help all aviation MROs in organizing their maintenance schedules, and in capturing all costs, revenue, and other items of interest associated with aircraft servicing activities. Through its direct integration with the powerful Sage 300 accounting system, it will make all operational and related financial information available in real time, and from just about anywhere.