The three-day, user-driven event brought together members of Mxi’s defense community to share best practices around the use of the Maintenix software as well as provide a platform for knowledge transfer around the product.
Maintenix v8 offers China Airlines a scalable platform that will facilitate organizational expansion, business process efficiencies, and the seamless adoption of new features and usability enhancements.
This cooperation combines Saab's experience in integrated technical and logistic support solutions for complex systems and Mxi Technologies Maintenix software, to deliver a comprehensive Fleet Management offering.
Mxi’s Maintenix v8 software stream provides LAN with a scalable platform that meets the Group’s objectives for organizational expansion, business process efficiencies, and the adoption of new features and usability enhancements.
The event, chaired by Qantas and targeted at discussing the future of the aviation industry, establishing best practices, and identifying product strategies, gathered customer representatives from the airline, defense, and OEM industries for a two-day...
With plans to begin operations in early 2014, the operator required a system that could be up and running quickly, and could easily scale in pace with the company’s aggressive plans to expand services and its mixed fleet of aircraft.
The adoption of value-added features ensures aircraft and component maintenance is executed and recorded in accordance with stringent safety standards and policies to maximize the availability of mission-ready aircraft and extend asset life.
As part of the acquisition of the company by Moelis Capital Partners (MCP), Dave Seibel, President and CEO of Mxi Technologies and Chairman of the Board, now welcomes Kurt Larsen, Greg Share, and Jim Johnston of MCP, who replace the existing board...