BAE Systems Transforms Typhoon Availability Service with Maintenix
31 Jul 2013
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Mxi Technologies, the leader in aviation maintenance management software, announced today that BAE Systems has moved to Maintenix version 8 (v8) in support of the organization’s comprehensive Integrated Maintenance Solution to enable through-life asset sustainment for a UK Typhoon operator.
The use of Maintenix v8 at the core of BAE Systems’ Integrated Maintenance Solution (IMS) provides the organization with valuable insight into the use and management of operator fleets as a means to offer greater value through after-market support. Correspondingly, the adoption of value-added features ensures aircraft and component maintenance is executed and recorded in accordance with stringent safety standards and policies to maximize the availability of mission-ready aircraft and extend asset life.
“It continues to be an objective of our after-market services portfolio to provide an integrated maintenance solution that delivers the best to our customers while reflecting the significant advancements in MRO IT, and with Mxi’s Maintenix software we are confidently able to realize the current and future goals of the program.”
– Martin Blaze, Aircraft Maintenance & Support Director, Military Air & Information, BAE Systems
News at a glance:
- BAE Systems transforms Typhoon Availability Service with Maintenix
- Move to Maintenix version 8 and adoption of key, value-added features