Mxi Technologies Announces the Market Availability of Maintenix Version 8

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Latest Maintenix product stream sets a new industry standard for aviation maintenance management with a focus on mobile applications, advanced planning, and analytics

Maintenix v8 offers an MRO business platform that encompasses the total aviation maintenance experience while reflecting industry demand for a dynamic, real-time system that quickly responds to varying operational environments.
- Jeff Cass, CTO, Mxi

Mxi® Technologies, the leader in aviation maintenance management software, today announced the commercial availability of Maintenix® version 8 (v8). This latest version of the industry-leading Maintenix software, underpinned by Mxi’s exclusive Avinomic Predictive Control System™ (PCS), continues to elevate MRO IT to the role of a business platform by supporting high-yield maintenance activities to maximize efficiency and return-on-investment.

Maintenix v8 firmly establishes next-generation MRO IT as a key enabler in modernizing the maintenance function and underpinning ongoing business strategies by offering aviation organizations:

  • A packaged, e-signature supported, HTML5 line maintenance application which instantaneously synchronizes maintenance tasks, MELs, and ETOPS requirements with multiple operational inputs — flight operations, on-board logbook and health monitoring, technical documentation, required parts and tools, resource skills — in support of a tailored technician experience, real-time recording of work completed, and rapid return to service.
  • Systematically factored planning functions that use real-time engineering governance, asset actuals data, and ‘what if?’ scenarios while incorporating MPDs, MRBs, ADs, SBs, EOs, and Mods in MSG 3 and next generation aircraft long-range and heavy maintenance programs to support greater predictability in planning while reducing operational costs and turnaround times, and increasing performance and profitability.
  • Performance-driven business intelligence dashboards focused on key economic and logistic performance indicators to inform executive and functional-level decision making; further supported by ongoing reliability analytics to close the loop between detailed, context-sensitive data to corrective action.
  • An updated interface design that offers greater flexibility in choice of access device, introduces improved navigation and more mobile-device friendly usability features, and is more reflective of the operational experience to support user adoption and efficiency gains for time-sensitive and high-volume activities.

As with all Maintenix software releases, v8 is built on Mxi Technologies’ unparalleled technology platform that enables organizations to leverage advanced infrastructure and performance options including a global operator network, the Cloud, and varying devices — workstations, ruggedized laptops, tablets, and smartphones.

“Maintenix v8 offers an MRO business platform that encompasses the complete aviation maintenance experience while reflecting industry demand for a more dynamic, real-time system that quickly responds to varying operational environments,” says Jeff Cass, Chief Technology Officer, Mxi Technologies. “In essence, v8 is revolutionizing the way the aviation market views the maintenance function.”

About Mxi Technologies
With solutions designed specifically for aviation maintenance, Mxi Technologies provides integrated and intelligent software, support, and services to commercial airlines, MROs, OEM aftermarket service providers, and defense operators. Mxi Technologies’ Maintenix® software uses a modern architecture and provides advanced capabilities such as a role-based Web browser interface, long range and automated line planning, automated workflow, electronic signatures, support for portable wireless devices, and a comprehensive range of integration APIs. Our customers range from emerging, small to midsized organizations to the largest global enterprises. For more information, visit today.

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