TRAXXALL Technologies to introduce Inventory Management Module at NBAA-BACE
TRAXXALL Technologies has announced that it will launch its new Inventory Management Module (IMM) at NBAA's Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE) in Orlando, Florida, November 1 – 3.
TRAXXALL’s IMM improves aircraft maintenance work flow by simplifying the creation of purchase orders, accelerating the receipt of new parts and providing superior transparency of inventory status – across multiple locations. Fully integrated with TRAXXALL’s aircraft maintenance tracking system, IMM allows operators to reduce aircraft downtimes during scheduled maintenance milestones.
IMM’s key features include:
- Full part integration tracking – easy visibility of all parts in inventory, including history and minimum/maximum stock levels
- Scalability to operations of all sizes
- Fully integrated ordering system
- Robust core management
- Part expiration tracking and notification
- Warranty expiration tracking and notification
- Vendor tracking and auditing
- Adjustable levels of purchasing authorization
- QR coding
- Part and tool kitting functionality
“We are very pleased to be launching our all-new Inventory Management Module at NBAA-BACE,” says Mark Steinbeck, President, TRAXXALL. “Over the past few years, we have paid close attention to feedback from business aircraft operators – specifically Directors of Maintenance (DOMs) and Parts Managers. We have learned that inventory management is one of the weak links in legacy maintenance tracking systems. This is a major issue because the availability of replacement parts is often the most important factor in getting an aircraft back into service. With TRAXXALL’s IMM, process management, ordering/receiving and tooling are all faster and easier than before because updates are in real time and visibility is 100%. We want our colleagues in aircraft maintenance to know that we understand the challenges they face and have designed a system that addresses their needs. We are confident that our new IMM will allow DOMs and Parts Managers worldwide to be more efficient and contribute to an overall reduction in aircraft downtimes.”