Implementation Project Management

Whether you are a startup carrier or a legacy operation, implementing a maintenance and engineering system such as RAAS will require project management resources.

Considering that the primary objectives during implementation are to avoid data confusion, keep new and redundant workloads to a minimum and ultimately save your aircraft flying throughout the implementation process, an experienced management team is essential to the success of any implementation project.

Implementation of a startup carrier can be less involved mainly because startup carriers are less likely to have entrenched legacy workflow processes. However, a well-planned implementation for a startup carrier will include a complete analysis of what best workflow processes should be relative to the carrier intentions, how those processes should be implemented and how system end-users should be educated in those processes. In conjunction with this will be the configuration of aircraft tracking data, the design of the various inspection programs and the proving of necessary customized forms and reports.

Legacy implementations bring all of the concerns of a startup carrier implementation and add a significant analysis component where existing workflow processes must be thoroughly analyzed so that those processes are properly brought forward into the overall RAAS implementation. This analysis hopes to discover errant procedures, standalone programs and spreadsheets (etc.). In every case, the value of each will be evaluated, and decisions will be made regarding how/if each can/should be brought forward. Given that this analysis spans all aspects and departments within the maintenance organization, the project can consume many human resources.

AIS implementation project management personnel are experienced aviation maintenance professionals who can perform a top-down analysis of existing workflow processes and future intended procedures, in turn helping to develop an implementation plan that is both realistic and achievable.

We may supplement our in-house project management resources with third-party professionals for larger projects. Many AIS customers use third-party resources regularly, and if you have resources you prefer to use, we will undoubtedly interface with them to achieve the best possible result.

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