iBASEt Hosts Webinar on Moving Your MRO Facility Forward

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iBASEt Hosts Webinar on Moving Your MRO Facility Forward

Foothill Ranch, Calif., October 28, 2013 —Join iBASEt at 10:00 a.m. EST on Thursday, November 14, 2013 for an informative webinar that will discuss how organizations that service complex products including aircraft, military, nuclear and medical equipment are using Solumina MRO software to manage process, activity, tracking, and decision making during repair, maintenance or overhaul operations.

Whether your service or overhaul takes days or months to complete, Solumina MRO tracks all the planned and unplanned activities, verifies qualifications and certifications, and tracks all parts removals and reinstallations. Our solution will make your facility, technicians and mechanics more efficient by allowing MRO tasks to be developed, executed, and controlled in one system.

This webinar presentation will discuss how:
• Solumina MRO can make your facility and technicians more efficient
• Having built-in verification processes will increase your control and visibility
• To manage all the ‘unknowns’ occurring during a MRO project including unplanned work scope additions
• MRO tasks can be developed, executed, and controlled in one system

Viewers will also learn how Solumina MRO provides a complete information kit for technicians that improves accuracy and saves time. Technicians no longer have to search for documentation, or risk working to the wrong specifications.

“The Solumina MRO solution streamlines the entire workflow from start to finish saving time for planner and mechanic,” said webinar presenter Becky Kelderman. “This webinar also demonstrates the transition to a paperless system with immediate returns on consistent job performance and real-time metrics.”

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