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Veryon's Work Center aims to simplify maintenance processes
The comprehensive solution optimises aircraft availability through efficient logbook generation, detailed tracking of costs and labour, customisable workflows, pricing profiles and invoicing.
Veryon maintenance tracking has been an integral part of many operators' workflow for many years.

Veryon, formerly known as ATP, is introducing Work Center, a new offering which allows aircraft operators to simplify the maintenance and return-to-service process with streamlined invoicing, reliable integrations and real-time airworthiness information, all in a unified platform. Aircraft operators can efficiently coordinate labour, parts and operational impact, resulting in smooth maintenance execution without any unnecessary delays or disruptions.

“Work Center is unlike any other maintenance execution solution out there,” says Kent Pickard, Veryon vice president of product management. “We built the platform from scratch specifically for business aviation operators, with one goal in mind: maximising aircraft uptime. While most service centre offerings were designed for stand-alone MROs, Work Center is purpose-built for aircraft operators, so they can focus more on improving their operations, growing their business and ensuring accurate department billing and streamlined aircraft return to service process.”

This comprehensive solution optimises aircraft availability through efficient logbook generation, detailed tracking of costs and labour, customisable workflows, pricing profiles and invoicing. Work Center is part of the Veryon Tracking platform, which combines maintenance tracking, flight operations, inventory management and technical publications in a single platform.

Teams that are completing a significant amount of in-house maintenance, particularly Part 135 operators in the business jet charter and management industry, can experience significant improvement in operations with Work Center.

“At Wing Aviation, Veryon maintenance tracking has been an integral part of our aircraft management workflow for many years,” states Jeremy Gee, Wing Aviation chief executive officer. “We're excited to participate in the growth of Work Center and look forward to leveraging it to efficiently manage our diverse charter fleet. Implementing Work Center has allowed us to consolidate our maintenance software into a single platform, helping us to further simplify our processes, improve our clarity and continue the scalable growth of our business.”

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