25 Nov 2019
The global Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) software market is witnessing several modifications based on the changes in global dynamics.
AviTrader MRO examines how these technologies are improving operational efficiency.
Industry experts say the global aircraft MRO software market is expected to witness a CAGR of 5.55% during the forecast period of 2019- 2025. Based on the end-user, the aircraft MRO software market is segmented into third party and independent MRO, in-house airline MRO, and OEM-affiliated MROs.
In an increasingly digital world, vendors have become increasingly aware that customers are demanding adaptability and connectivity from their MRO software systems.
Our customers ask for flexibility, simplicity, and standardisation when delivering connectivity between multiple systems. Han-Ley Tang, our Chief Information Officer says:
“There is no one size fits all solution. Naturally, there is a high level of bespoke development and customisation for each airline dependent on its fleet size and mix and technical capability, but there is also a breadth of software and technology used across the maintenance industry.
Our preference is to integrate through modern web services (REST APIs and webhooks) based on our own digital integration platform.
“This extends the capabilities of our Quantum system to enable near real-time integration with our customers in a robust, standardised manner. This API is leveraged to deliver customer integrations, vendor integration, our next-generation customer web portal, and to enable internal automation projects such as our use of software robotics.”
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