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How to Automate MRO Complex Logistics Requirements

Specialized needs for MRO Logistics Moving heavy or oversized aircraft spare parts and components like engines, propellers and landing gear assemblies from central to regional distribution centers around the world has always been a major pain point for OEMs, MROs and airlines with in-house MRO (Maintenance Repair and Overhaul) support. These complex logistics needs can be […]

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MRO Industry Webinar; Dynamics AX for Serviceable Material Strategy

Webinar:  Thursday, May 28, 12pm CST The Clients First MRO Consultants and Marketing Team have put together a free presentation geared towards the key factors driving the most lucrative serviceable material strategies and their impact on MROs. More than 80 percent of the airlines responding to the latest industry survey confirmed that they have paid more attention to […]

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Is MRO Software The Driving Force Behind The Manufacturing Sector?

The manufacturing sector is one of the few components instilling vigorous vitality into Texas’s economy. Comprising a large number of companies engaged in the fabrication, preparation, or processing of different products from raw materials, Texas has become a major driver for economic development across the nation. How did Texas become an engine of growth and […]

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How To Find The Right ERP Software In 2015

Online Shopping for ERP in the 21st Century My job as a salesperson has changed and evolved over the years.  In the 20th century most business owners, presidents, CEOs, CFOs, etc., had their assistant ask around to find out what other companies used for their business software.  They also asked friends, associations that they belonged […]

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MRO Software: Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) Challenges

In the past years, maintenance was primarily viewed as the activity and cost of the asset operator. Manufacturers optimized the process of designing and building an asset, while the operators optimized its maintenance, repair and overhaul in a manner that would maximize revenue. In the late 1980s, most of the technical challenges were met and […]

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