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company’s director of Customer Services. “We not only aid MROs in knowing the status of their parts inventories, but help them monitor all elements of the work order process. And we support their communications with their airline customers as well.”


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Ultramain’s FAA-approved efbTechLogs


software is a good example of this last point. EfbTechLogs is designed to run on Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) hardware located onboard aircraft. The data entered in this software is automatically sent to MRO ground crews maintaining


Managing repair orders manually is like looking into a crystal ball.


the aircraft; allowing for faster service and quicker remedying of problems.


“Our goal is to help MROs and their clients do business more cost-effectively and reliably, while improving turnaround times,” Brown tells Aviation Maintenance.AM


Aeroxchange’s AeroRepair solution gives you the visibility and checks and balances that are not possible with manual efforts such as emails, faxes, and phone calls. With AeroRepair, you can connect to 100% of your trading partners through a single platform, view all your orders on a single page, and achieve 100% transactional coverage.


AeroRepair also automates key business processes that support all aspects of customer to supplier and supplier to customer communication, including:


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• Estimate Request • Order Create • Advance Ship Notice • Repair Order Work Scope • Supplier Receipt or Discrepancy • Initial Teardown Report & Quote • Customer Approval • Status Update & Tracking • Completion Record • Direct Ship Instructions • Return Ship Notice • Customer Receipt • Invoice


You decide how you get connected: full integration, light integration, FTP, or browser - we have an option for you.


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