SR Technics Malaysia has selected Ultramain Systems to provide paperless MRO software and related implementation services.
The ‘ULTRAMAIN v9 Unity MRO’ suite will be used to perform paperless maintenance execution across SR Technics’ seven component overhaul lines.
Once implemented, SR Technics Malaysia said it would use the ‘Mobile Mechanic’ platform to digitally sign electronic task cards with the intention of eliminating costs associated with printing, scanning and archiving paper-based work instructions.
Ultramain said its built-in dashboards and analytics would allow SR Technics to gain real-time visibility of the component repair processes, allowing the MRO company “to quickly identify work stoppages and bottlenecks leading to shorter turn times and increased efficiency”.
The Ultramain software will be used for all aspects of the component repair lifecycle including quoting, contracts, supply chain, maintenance execution, billing and quality assurance.
“Paperless processes enable our employees to dedicate their time, skills, and energy to more productive and value-added tasks,” said SR Technics’ CEO Jean-Marc Lenz.
“It goes hand-in-hand with SR Technics’ digitalisation initiatives deeply incorporated into our new focused company strategy. I am confident we will achieve higher efficiency and increase productivity and job satisfaction while being more sustainable and able to service our customers better and faster with the new MRO software in place.”
Ultramain Systems’ CEO Mark McCausland commented: “SR Technics has an outstanding reputation, and we are grateful that they have placed their trust in Ultramain Systems to help them with their digital transformation efforts. SR Technics will become the first component MRO in Malaysia to become fully paperless. We’re honoured that we can be a part of this historic achievement and welcome SR Technics into the family of elite paperless customers.”