CORRIDOR Continues to Enhance Cloud-based Next Gen Service Center Software Solution Portfolio

CORRIDOR, a Next Gen Aviation Service Center cloud-based software solution, announces the addition of new integration capabilities, including CAMP CONNECT, Microsoft Office 365 Email, and the ILS Bridge for CORRIDOR, in addition to the new Warehouse and Receiving functionality for its CORRIDOR Go mobility suite.

“Aviation service centers and operators rely on multiple systems to manage their business, and their inability to integrate these systems creates friction, loss of productivity and errors. Further, many aviation service centers depend on paper-based workflows and/or fixed computer terminals for data entry, compounding inefficiency with increased probability of data loss or incorrect data, as well as safety issues for technicians,” says Chris Kubinski, CORRIDOR’s director of Sales and Marketing.

CORRIDOR Next Gen Aviation Service Center software is designed to easily integrate with other applications through enhanced integration capabilities. Along with the new Bridge integration with ILS, CAMP CONNECT enhancements include process streamlining to improve usability and workflows, as well as compliance and task clarification improvements. Microsoft Office 365 Email users can now integrate their Office 365 instance with CORRIDOR and leverage both applications more seamlessly in combination. The ILS Bridge solution also allows CORRIDOR users to automatically list all or partial inventory directly on ILS, a leading digital aerospace marketplace, improving sales productivity and supply-chain efficiency.

Shane Riley, VP at Airmark Components, says, “At Airmark Components, our strategy is to to drive greater supply-chain efficiencies. Listing inventory directly from CORRIDOR on ILS ensures buyers are aware of our current inventory and improves time-to-market, tracking, and sales. We look forward to working with CORRIDOR on the ILS Bridge as well as other software innovations on their roadmap."

Additionally, CORRIDOR Go’s mobility suite is extended with the new warehouse controls and receiving functions, improving a service center’s ability to digitally manage reception of products in a warehouse, as well as managing them within their inventory — all within one convenient and user-friendly mobile solution.

“The CORRIDOR Go mobility suite is transforming our shopfloor,” says Katie Johnson, vice president at West Star Aviation. “Our 600+ technicians have the full power of CORRIDOR available to them while they are maintaining the aircraft, which makes them, as well as our operations, vastly more efficient — and safer — whether they operate at a West Star location or at a customer site. West Star Aviation is looking forward to providing more value to its customers and operations with CORRIDOR.”

Ben Cohen, crew chief at Davinci Jets, says, “We like the user interface and simplicity of the CORRIDOR Go receiving functions. The ability to take pictures of pertinent part information on the go and have them flow thru the system is a big perk for traceability purposes”.

Says Mike Greig, VP and GM of CORRIDOR, “Our customers want next-generation service-center-level capabilities to win in the post-pandemic recovery. I am proud of the continued innovation and enhancements our team has delivered, as this contributes directly to the value customers derive from their investment in CAMP’s cloud-based aviation management and services platform. The combination of CORRIDOR, ILS and other CAMP Systems companies is already quite unique in the aviation industry. Driving more integration and innovation value enables our customers to differentiate and grow their businesses in this highly competitive market environment.”

CAMP CONNECT enhancements and Office 365 email interoperability will be available in CORRIDOR v12.4, to be released in April, and ILS Bridge for CORRIDOR as well as the CORRIDOR Go warehouse and receiving functions will be available in early release in the same timeframe.

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