The audit-proof, long-term storage of maintenance documents for statutory periods is a crucial requirement for aircraft operators and maintenance companies. Every servicing or repair is accompanied by a considerable volume of paper documentation compiled as evidence of the work performed.
While the operational work with these documents is usually relatively straightforward, airlines and their maintenance partners regularly have to tackle major challenges when aircraft or engines
are sold, transferred or returned to the lessor after several years in operation.
To meet those challenges, we have developed an Webbased Aircraft Records Platform WARP, provided via cloud Services as WARPweb which optimally enhances the most commonly used M&E software systems by adding an electronic archive and a collaboration platform. Our product primarily aims to support the phase-out and lease return processes, help the aircraft and its components retain their value and ensure compliance with the authorities' requirements.
To achieve this goal, WARPweb exchanges maintenance data by interfacing customer’s existing M&E system, thus creating a close link between the archived documents and the maintenance information in the M&E system. Related data can be accessed by the stakeholders of an aircraft and its components. They can utilize a number of collaboration features in order to heavily reduce the challenges of data exchange e. g. during aircraft transfer projects. Reporting features support the the process and provide transparency regarding the status of the project.