Dallas, TX (PRWEB) April 26, 2017
EmpowerMX today announced the release of the next generation of its flagship FleetCycle® suite, the Itasca. This is to celebrate the company’s roots in Minnesota, and all next generations of FleetCycle® software will be named after the state’s lakes, starting with Lake Itasca.
FleetCycle® Itasca has a new user interface that is mobile-friendly and can be viewed from any desktop, tablet, or smart phone. As the first aviation software company to bring a true cloud solution to maintenance and engineering organizations, FleetCycle® Itasca allows customers to reduce overall infrastructure costs and take advantage of real-time software updates and upgrades. FleetCycle® Itasca includes a new dashboard, allowing customers to easily understand the state of their maintenance operations through a single view.
Itasca will also be available as a native application on both iOS and Android, for all major modules, including the newly released Electronic Logbook. This next generation FleetCycle® software builds on the recent release of Electronic Task Cards. The FleetCycle® Electronic Task Card system works seamlessly with FleetCycle® Production Manager and Line Manager, providing customers with real-time visibility to completion of task cards and streamlining auditing and records functions.
EmpowerMX CEO Dinakara Nagalla says, “We are excited about the new release of FleetCycle® Itasca, which allows our customers to access our software from anywhere, anytime, bringing the status of operations directly to the mechanic's mobile device.”
EmpowerMX is a world leader in providing intelligent maintenance solutions for today’s aircraft. Its FleetCycle® software solution and modules enables customers to significantly improve their entire maintenance operation. Founded in 1999 and headquartered in Dallas, Texas, with offices in Europe and Far East, EmpowerMX is uniquely focused on the aircraft maintenance industry and is managed by aviation maintenance experts. To learn more, visit http://www.empowermx.com.