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TransformingMRO VIA TECHNOLOGY


MROTECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE www.avm-summit.com


COST EFFECTIVE


At theMRO Technology Conference, our partners will explain howaircraft maintenance software enables users to cut AOG, growrevenues, reduce costs and improve regulatory compliance, therefore avoiding run-ins with regulators and subsequent fines. Today’s aviation maintenance software is very sophisticated and designed to manage the process from the smallest detail to the big picture. Join us to test many solutions available today and valuable insight from current users.


BETTER EFFICIENCY


SAFETY


Outline Topics • Case Study: BA Engineering • Case Study: Saving 66% and increasing productivity via software • Case Study: 18% reduction in programme cycle time • Improving staff satisfaction and retention via effective software implementation • Forecasting and streamlining processes • Mobile innovation inMRO Operations • Compliance management • Inventory control – eliminating shrinkage • Creating a leaner environment • Strategic Business Management Tools for Evaluating Employee Performance • ATA e-Business standards for data exchange • EFBs and maintenance software integration


AVMSUMMIT www.avm-summit.com


8-9 NOVEMBER 2012 LONDON, UK


RELIABILITY & COMPLIANCE


INTEGRATION


DATA SECURITY


2011 ATTENDEES INCLUDED: AIR ATLANTA ICELANDIC, AIR BERLIN, BRITISH AIRWAYS ENGINEERING,


DELTA AIR LINES, DHL AIR LIMITED, EASYJET, FLYBE, HANSAIR, KLM ROYAL DUTCH AIRLINES, LAN AIRLINES, LUFTHANSA TECHNIK AG, MONACH AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING, PULLMANTUR, AIR ROLLS-ROYCE PLC, SABENA TECHNICS, TAM, TAP MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING, VIRGIN ATLANTIC AIRLINES LTD.


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