WinAir Business Development Manager, Jeff Muir, featured in AviTrader MRO Magazine editorial cover story on “Spare Parts—Solutions to Reduce Inventory Levels”
Article appears in April edition of AviTrader MRO Magazine, the aviation industry’s leading electronic source for up-to-date news on the global MRO sector—available now on the AviTrader website and via a free email newsletter subscription
London, Ontario, Canada – April 27, 2018 – Whether you are a member of an MRO or are from a business that supports the international MRO industry, it is highly likely that you are well-acquainted with the AviTrader MRO e-magazine. Published on a monthly basis, the magazine showcases the MRO industry’s top news stories, and includes in-depth analysis on the most pressing issues experienced by this aviation industry sub-set. So when WinAir was asked to participate in AviTrader’s editorial article on “Spare Parts—solutions to reduce inventory levels,” it was an offer that the company couldn’t resist. Especially seeing as the subject matter at hand was clearly geared towards WinAir Version 7, the world’s premier aviation maintenance and inventory control software solution.
WinAir Business Development Manager, Jeff Muir, took part in the magazine interview. He discussed a number of topics relevant to the MRO market, including:
- current industry trends to improve spare parts inventory management,
- strategies for reducing costs by retaining a smaller inventory,
- specific processes to calculate the demand for spares inventory and stock levels, and
- the role that new technologies are playing in aviation maintenance management and inventory control.
“There are several significant developments currently impacting the MRO world,” says Jeff. “The most important of which is the digitization of aviation maintenance management through the use of cutting-edge technologies. These solutions have streamlined and expedited maintenance work steps, while at the same time, have been instrumental in accurately and effectively maintaining inventory control. This topic truly resonates with our clientele, so when I was asked by AviTrader to provide my input for the story, I was delighted to respond.”
For the past 30 years, WinAir has been a forerunner in the aviation maintenance industry. In the 1980s, when aviation operations were fully entrenched in paper forms and manual processes, WinAir’s management knew that technology was the way of the future. That’s when they released one of the aviation industry’s first digital record-keeping and live inventory management systems.
Today, WinAir is a fully browser-based aviation management solution with the flexibility and scalability to meet the unique business requirements of any operation. With the latest release of the software, WinAir Version 7, companies are seeing an immediate benefit from the product’s ability to simplify processes, seamlessly integrate with their current business model, and significantly improve the accuracy of their reporting.
The April issue of AviTrader MRO Magazine, featuring the “Spare Parts—Solutions to Reduce Inventory Levels” editorial article with WinAir’s Business Development Manager, Jeff Muir, is available now! Read the full edition of the magazine today and speak with a member of the WinAir team today to speak directly with a member of the WinAir team!
(AviTrader MRO Magazine – April 2018 – “Spare Parts—Solutions to Reduce Inventory Levels” editorial article featuring WinAir Business Development Manager, Jeff Muir)
(Jeff Muir, Business Development Manager, WinAir)
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Based in London, Ontario, Canada, WinAir has 30 years of experience as a leader in aviation management software. Companies rely on WinAir to efficiently and effectively track and manage aircraft maintenance and inventory control. WinAir is proud to lay claim to hundreds of installations at aviation-specific organizations worldwide. From airlines, to heli-ops, to law enforcement agencies, foreign oil industry suppliers, MROs, CAMOs, medical evacuation response teams and more, businesses using WinAir regard the solution as a necessary component to the successful management of their fleet maintenance programs.