Greenwich AeroGroup selects The eMan Solution™
AviIT, Inc. the makers of The eMan Solution announces that Greenwich AeroGroup has selected The eMan Solution, the aviation industry’s first and only, centralized, technical publications management and delivery solution, to be implemented at Greenwich AeroGroup MRO locations.
The eMan Solution empowers all authorized users to gain instant access to all technical publications including, OEM applications, flight operations content, company maintenance documentation and virtually any other electronic application or file via the convenience of the secure eMan Solution portal.
The eMan Solution eliminates the need for maintaining duplicate manuals, centralizes and makes content available to all authorized users (including remote access), and ensures consistent version control at all locations. All user-activities are recorded for future audit purposes as required, and complements compliance tracking, ERP programs, and MRO software applications.
“With Greenwich AeroGroup’s growing sphere of world-wide operations, we needed a cost-effective, proven solution to centralize our multiple technical libraries, and optimize our version and revision control process,” comments Brian Rehberg, director of MRO Products. “With The eMan Solution, we will virtually eliminate the need to distribute technical documentation and drastically reduce the labor and management associated with maintaining multiple revisions at our various locations”
Vince Doherty, Vice-President of AviIT, Inc. adds:
“We’re proud to have been selected by The Greenwich AeroGroup to implement The eMan Solution. We fully-understand the “mission-critical” nature of aircraft technical publications. Greenwich AeroGroup, continues to show its leadership in the industry by constantly looking for ways to improve. We all look forward to working together with Greenwich AeroGroup and playing an ongoing role in their efforts to improve aircraft maintenance and efficiencies through our solutions, while lowering overall maintenance overhead, and customer costs”