Contrary to the slogan “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas,” those attending the Accounts Payable (AP) & Procure-to-Pay Conference and Expo at Caesars Palace later this month will be gathering best practices and other tips to wiy with their AP colleagues. The conference, sponsored by the Institute of
Flatirons announces today that their eEnabled Software Management (eESM) solution, part of the CORENA Suite of technical information management solutions for aircraft operators, OEMs, and MROs, will soon be used by Finnair to support configuration control and distribution of the numerous software packages that are used on-board modern eEnabled aircraft.
Wayne Enis, Director of Solutions Management at Flatirons, ivers a keynote presentation at the 2015 MRO & Operations IT APAC Conference titled, “Tech Ops Goes Digital – eTaskcards, Challenges and Opportunities”. The presentation takes place Wednesday, October 28, 2015, at 9.30 a.m. at the Amari Watergate Hotel, Bangk, Thailand. As
Expected the unexpected and you’ll make your own luck A strange thing happened during the evening rush hour less than a half-mile from our Irvine Office last Wednesday night. One commuter managed to catch the footage on their dashcam. It seems that an engine failure during a trainee pilot’s touch-and-go
What do electronic health records, identity theft, the Enron scandal, and the mortgage crisis of 2008 have in common? The answer is that all of these have contributed to a tsunami wave of new and complex regulations concerning the storage and management of data. Crisis leads to regulation, and in
On September 9, 2015, I was invited to present on an interactive roundtable conference call with EMC. The focus of the call was business challenges around application decommissioning and data archiving and how Flatirons is helping clients use EMC’s InfoArchive platform to address them. This is a summary of highlights from
This blog post originally appeared as an article in the Aug/Sep 2015 issue of the AircraftIT MRO eJournal. An industry defined by aggressive cost control has underspent on information management The business of aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul is one that, by its very nature, pushes the limits of economic efficiency, safety,
This blog post originally appeared as an article in the Aug/Sep 2015 issue of the AircraftIT Ops eJournal. Flight Ops – a publishing anomaly in an otherwise vanguard industry The requirement for the safe, efficient maintenance and operation of complex assets like jet aircraft has been a catalyst for innovation in