ORLANDO, Fla., October 29, 2012 — Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. recently introduced an iPad-friendly version of CMP.net™, its industry-leading maintenance tracking service. Customers can access their CMP.net account using virtually any mobile device or browser platform, including iPad, iPhone, Android and other tablets and smartphones.
“The value this kind of flexibility brings to our customers and their operations is immeasurable,” said Bill Colleran, director, Technical Information Services, Gulfstream.
CMP.net has been ranked the top original equipment manufacturer maintenance tracking service four years in a row by Aviation International News. The Web-based software platform was developed by Gulfstream partner Teton Aviation Group, formerly Avtrak LLC, of Englewood, Colo.
“Teton is dedicated solely to the support of Gulfstream and our customers,” Colleran said. “Their engineering team is proven, world-class and customer-focused, which makes it a perfect fit with Gulfstream.”
CMP.net gives Gulfstream owners and operators real-time access to their aircraft’s maintenance data and scheduled maintenance requirements, which ensures they remain in compliance with airworthiness requirements. CMP.net tracks the maintenance status of more than 1,900 Gulfstream aircraft through operators who subscribe to the service.
CMP.net is available through myGulfstream.com, Gulfstream’s proprietary, password-protected website.