Aircraft Line maintenance companies, more often than not, operate in different countries under different entities, different management and different regulatory approvals. As a result these line maintenance companies end up with multiple MRO software systems being used to manage their day-to-day aircraft maintenance processes. Lufthansa Technik Maintenance International (LTMI) recognized the inefficiency this brings in pooling of resources, process standardization and software license costs. Together with EXSYN, LTMI embarked on a journey to merge their different AMOS systems into a single system to be used by all stations and entities of LTMI worldwide. In this use-case we highlight how we approached the consolidation and merging of MRO data such as parts definitions, inventory, tooling, licenses & qualifications, maintenance planning, workpackage preparation, finance controlling and shiftplans. For LTMI this resulted in significant cost savings on software license costs and the ability to seamlessly exchange tooling, parts and certifying staff between different stations.
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