Conklin & de Decker Release Latest Generation of MxManager
Conklin & de Decker announces the latest generation of MxManager (MxM) is now available. An industry leading aviation maintenance software, MxM enables users to track, organize, and control various maintenance activities and expenses.
MxManager is a completely integrated maintenance management, inventory, and reporting package. This comprehensive tool was developed to manage the demanding challenges that maintenance organizations face today by combining specific aircraft information with all its maintenance requirements, including inventory, purchasing, and work orders. MxM allows users to track costs and labor and improve the flow of information throughout the department to help identify critical cost areas—and it comes network ready and barcode capable.
“We believe that MxManager is the single most cost-effective program on the market today,” says Brandon Battles, vice president at Conklin & de Decker. “We continually listen to our users to create an intuitive system that mimics their daily work-flow. Once this new release was ready, we upgraded our key rotor and fixed-winged customers late last year. We have heard great reviews from them about the improved navigation and functionality that allows them to quickly understand the status of their operation. Now we are ready to roll it out to the industry,” adds Battles. MxM was born on the shop floor, designed and built specifically for aviation organizations.
Created by professionals almost 20 years ago, it has been taken through its paces by demanding technicians, supervisors, department heads, and senior management every day since.
Conklin & de Decker also offers a new turnkey solution for using the MxM software, which reduces the headaches associated with PC installations, the need for IT, and ensures seamless support. The on-line version enables remote access to MxManager while using mobile devices.
To learn more about MxManager, Heli-Expo attendees are invited to stop by the Conklin & de Decker Booth #5935. Current users of MxM are also invited to attend the MxM User Group meeting on Wednesday, March 2nd during Heli-Expo.