Posted on: 14 April 2015 by Ross McSweeny
Southwest Airlines has selected Mxi Technologies for a collaborative planning and scoping phase aimed at determining how Mxi’s Maintenix system would be implemented at Southwest.
“Effectively maintaining and delivering a fleet of safe and reliable aircraft is our top priority,” remarked Jim Sturgis, managing director quality assurance, aircraft standards and training at Southwest Airlines. “We’re impressed with Mxi Technologies’ comprehensive software solution that addresses the operational complexities that come with maintaining a growing fleet.”
As part of the initiative, Mxi is teaming with CAVOK, a leading aviation services and consulting firm, to jointly deliver strategic business process re-engineering and professional services.
“We are very proud to have Southwest Airlines collaborate with Mxi, recognising the critical role modern maintenance management plays in delivering greater operational efficiencies,” commented Bill Cavitt, president and CEO of Mxi Technologies. “Mxi is committed to help shape the future state of air travel, driving greater value for the community and the market at large.”