Delivering Crucial Data For Streamlined Workflow

Delivering Crucial Data For Streamlined Workflow

Across all industries, companies are investing more in innovative technology solutions to provide customers near real-time critical management information. In the aerospace defense industry, force readiness levels are the top priority. With heightened operations and a steady increase in legacy aircraft, the military customer wants quick answers and quick solutions.Now more than ever, the defense industry must realize the importance and value of offering customers readily available, accurate data.

Aftermarket aerospace company Vertex Aerospace, headquartered in Madison, Mississippi, has developed an in-house solution engineered specifically to the requirements of U.S. Government aircraft maintenance and contractor logistics support programs.

The solution, known as Aircraft Maintenance and Management Optimization, or AMMO, offers customers affordable and flexible digital customization. 

Chris Dorsey, Vertex’s Vice President and Chief Information Officer said, “Solutions like AMMO redefine how flight operations, maintenance, supply chain, and technical data is collected, documented, and reported”. Dorsey also notes that this type of digital environment is significantly transforming the data management and utilization capability of support and supply programs. “Customization” typically implies a higher investment, but Vertex’s fully owned and operated platform offers customers significant cost savings.

Proven Solutions & Continuous Improvement Driving Future Innovation

It is equally as imperative to have the right resources in place to effectively analyze data, report trends, and leverage findings. Because the company is vertically integrated, Vertex offers a one-stop-shop solution by providing aircraft maintenance, fabrication, and proven supply management.

“Innovation Has To Be Built On The Business”

Dorsey believes the key to innovation is to continue looking forward. “Shoot where the target is headed, not where it is. Innovation lifecycles and continuous improvement should be viewed from a timeline perspective, but more importantly should be built on the business,” said Dorsey. This will ensure the software continues to advance business objectives allowing for more operational efficiencies,” said Dorsey.

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