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Aerotrax Technologies signs Memorandum of Understanding with Triumph Group

Aerotrax Technologies, Inc., a Dallas, Texas-based enterprise software company, today announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”) with Triumph Group to commercially pilot the Aerotrax Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) Service Management System, enabling real-time data sharing, collaboration, and communication with participating Triumph Group repair stations and customers.

The engagement will use Aerotrax’s proprietary blockchain-based digital infrastructure to execute repair orders, manage customer requirements, and ensure the seamless exchange of part related data. For a MRO Service Provider, the technology improves quality control, operational efficiency, and provides a differentiated customer experience. As for airlines or integrator customers, the benefits include reduced turn-around-time (TAT), which can lead to reduced inventory levels, superior document quality control and tracing, and up to the minute status of “in work” components at the MRO shops.

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“This is a step to combine innovation and technology into the MRO marketplace,” said Jim Berberet, President of Triumph Product Support. “Blockchain technology paired with Triumph’s internal operating system and personnel will allow Triumph to streamline the repair transaction process and gain efficiencies that will benefit Triumph MRO customers.”

“We are excited to take this important step with Triumph Group,” said David Bettenhausen, Chief Executive Officer of Aerotrax Technologies. “We’ve been building in semi-stealth for over two years now, spending much of that time collaborating closely with the outstanding people at Triumph Group. The phased approach to the rollout of our software across participating Triumph sites and airline or integrator customers ensures incentives are aligned all the way through. As we gear up for the publicly available launch of our digital supply chain network, this MOU serves as a foundation for growth.”

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