Are 3rd Party MROs Out of Runway?

Aviation fleets are increasingly complex and third-party MROs are not prepared. This infographic tells you how you can act now on a blueprint for success.

Planning & Scheduling

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Structure and build maintenance actions for assets, record maintenance activities and determine future work packages to extend asset life and decrease downtime. Generate quotes and schedules based on service level agreements with Owner Operators.

Maintenance Engineering & Execution

Manage maintenance operational activities, such as inspection and disposition, including unplanned work. Capture and incorporate service requirements from regulatory directives, service bulletins, customer and other technical requirements from asset to component level.

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How Third-Party MROs Can Compete in the Age of Aviation Product Complexity

The Aviation Industry is booming as economies strengthen globally, resulting in increased passenger growth. This is causing large investments in new aircraft, and as fuel prices remain stable, legacy aircraft remain in operation to augment this increase in passenger traffic. All of this while the OEMs push to reduce a backlog of orders.

Supply Chain Management

Manage procurement, materials, and inventory control enterprise wide. Track warranties, rotable equipment, exchanges and rentals. Incorporates Inspection and Consumable Bill of Materials for work packages. Create and follow purchase orders from inception to invoicing.

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Reporting & Analytics

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Provides day-to-day operating reports for production and support personnel. The system provides updates on production status, project based financial reporting, and real time shop capacity. Supports requests and approvals based on workflows on the shop floor or through mobile devices.

Extend Digital Thread to the Field

Manufacturers must continuously innovate next-generation products and offer the flexibility of capacity-as-a-service offerings. As a result, they need to transform how they develop products and plan to service them in the field. Connecting PLM to MRO provides a path to achieve both goals with a closed loop between product development and field data.

Owner-Operators want to improve how they maintain complex products in order to maximize uptime and profitability. As a result, they want to gain control over product designs to optimize how they service and replace components. Adding PLM functionality enables them to bring product engineering to their maintenance best practices.

Aras Impresa MRO brings together PLM and MRO on a single, modern platform that extends the Digital Thread to the field and provides the foundation for Digital Twin.


The Aras Impresa MRO application, formerly InfoTRAK MRO, is available as part of Aras enterprise subscription and is immediately available at no charge for current Aras subscribers. Aras plans to incorporate the Impresa MRO technology onto the Aras Platform.

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As competition heats up from OEMs and Owner/Operators who want to take more share of maintenance dollars, third-party MRO providers are facing increased pressure to deliver effective, low cost maintenance services.

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