Traxxall is showcasing its newest product, the MRO module, at its booth (#1613) this week at NBAA-BACE. The module is aimed at improving business for MROs through generating and leveraging data for maximum operational efficiency and financial success. It is complementary to the company’s maintenance tracking and inventory management modules.
The module tracks time, tasks, and labor costs, and it integrates with existing automated systems such as those for accounting and flight scheduling. It also provides daily updates on airworthiness directives and service bulletins and features dashboards that provide access to real-time data. Because MRO is subscription- and web-based, it also offers a lower cost of entry than similar competing products, Traxxall president Mark Steinbeck told AIN.
“When we did our market research into that, kind of the market feedback we were hearing was [competing offerings] had big, up-front costs, and implementation was very difficult,” he said.
MRO module is available now. Traxxall signed up three operators before its release, Steinbeck added. “Since the announcement, we’ve seen quite a bit of demand—more than we expected, actually,” he said.