Airline maintenance organizations weigh the pros and cons of upgrading IT systems, as legacy systems become harder to support.
Replacing or renovatingmaintenance IT is probably the least favorite item on a CIO’s agenda. MRO activity is messy, full of unpredictable events not easy to automate. It involves many internal departments and external partners whose IT systems must be considered in any update. Always there are the safety and regulatory factors, which require extreme accuracy and proof of both systems and procedures. Further, existing data must be cleaned and converted, a huge job when fleets are ...
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