Maintenance organizations require technical documentation throughout multiple processes and environments: engineering, scheduling, inventory and the maintenance depot/hangar or field service location. Each role uses service and parts information in different ways, which creates a challenge because technical content undergoes frequent updates and revisions. When technical information is out-of-date, it results in errors, inefficiencies and compliance problems. Therefore it’s critical to ensure technical documentation remains accurate and synchronized across the maintenance ecosystem—maintenance planning, execution and inventory/logistics.
Enigma’s InService Revision Manager preserves the accuracy of maintenance systems/databases by automatically identifying changes to service and parts information and allowing updated content to be synchronized across the maintenance environment. Revision Manager compares content (new OEM revisions and engineering orders/modifications/supplements to existing information) and generates change reports to automatically update maintenance plans, inventory/equipment lists and job/task cards.
Synchronization improves three critical aspects of MRO operations: inventory planning, maintenance scheduling and maintenance execution. This helps engineers, maintenance technicians and logistics managers do their jobs more effectively and meet equipment compliance standards.
"After a rigorous and careful evaluation, we chose the combined solution because we are committed to optimizing every aspect of our fleet performance.We are confident that our new MRO system will help accelerate aircraft maintenance and decrease operational costs."
— Sang-Man Lee, Managing Vice President, ERP Division at Korean Air