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WingWork streamlines critical workflows into maintenance software
The initial launch has features covering maintenance tracking, work orders, inventory control, invoice generation, logbook ingestion and data entry.

WingWork has launched a modern maintenance tracking platform, a cloud-based software system built for Part 91 and 135 mechanics with ease-of-use and comprehensiveness in mind. It will allow operators to spend more time fixing and less time clicking.

WingWork recognised the need for an end-to-end operating system built for maximum efficiency and functionality, and assembled a team of over 50 industry advisors, including maintenance personnel at operators and aviation experts such as Ryan Rudolph from Fly Louie and Matt McDermott from Jet 1. The initial launch has features covering maintenance tracking, work orders, inventory control, invoice generation, logbook ingestion and data entry.

CEO Matt Castellini says: "Our network of advisors has been a crucial element to our success. They give us invaluable feedback on building a world-class tool to power the modern aircraft mechanic. We're beyond excited about the features we plan to roll out in 2024. It's clear from the market response that we're on to something."

Mike Eddy from Wisconsin full-service private aviation company Stein's Aircraft Services says: "Customer feedback is actually implemented into WingWork. The platform gives us real hope as we begin our journey to ultimately move paperless."

There are plans for further product expansion driven by customer feedback. "The maintenance industry is ready for a 21st century solution that will utilise cutting-edge technology widely adopted in other industries," says CTO Karthik Srinivasan. "We want to develop best-in-class software to help the maintenance industry make the transition from relying on manual processes to harnessing the power of next-generation technology, to help assist it with its workflows and leveraging data to its benefit."

WingWork's goal is to empower operators to better forecast maintenance events and associated costs, reducing downtime spent servicing aircraft.

WingWork will be exhibiting at the NBAA Maintenance Conference in Portland and at NBAA-BACE in Las Vegas.

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