To optimize maintenance and parts management processes, airlines and other capital equipment operators often customize maintenance manuals and parts catalogs. Engineers create Customer Originated Changes (COCs) to insert best-practices, alternate part numbers and modified maintenance plans into maintenance schedules.
At the same time, manufacturers (OEMs) are revising these maintenance manuals and parts catalogs on a quarterly or bi-annual basis—not to mention interim service bulletins. OEM revisions include updated procedures, revised tasks, new parts/assemblies, modifications and deletions of previous information, as well as new regulatory mandates.
Enigma InService Revision Manager simplifies the process of reviewing and integrating OEM updates, turning a labor-intensive task measured in weeks or months into an automated procedure often completed in hours or days. With support for XML/SGML (including built-in support for industry standard schemas), PDF and graphics/binary files, Revision Manager frees maintenance engineers from tedious document comparisons, allowing them to spend more time on value-add activities like assessing the impact of OEM changes and making necessary engineering decisions. With automated OEM revision handling, job cards, parts catalogs and maintenance manuals are always up-to-date, which accelerates service planning and turnaround time, and improves uptime, regulatory compliance and safety.
Enigma InService Revision Manager streamlines the process of reconciling updated service and parts information with existing maintenance practices and planning systems. Equipment owners/operators use Revision Manager to automatically identify the impact of OEM revisions and service bulletins, while retaining established best-practices. Revision Manager ensures faster, more controlled adoption of the latest parts and service procedures.