Choosing the Best Inventory management software for your business

Locatory.com, a global aircraft parts marketplace and provider of logistics and procurement solutions, believes in innovation and is offering its clients a new AI-based assistant – Amber A.I. The new tool is built with a focus on bringing ease and functionality for clients as well as offering up to 10 times faster procurement processes.

Amber A. I.

The Amber A. I. assistant was created with the goal of offering managers a quicker and smoother process of finding and summarizing data about aircraft parts. The A. I. based assistant is capable of recognizing data provided by suppliers like part numbers, quantities, conditions and delivering RFQs (Request For Quotes) on user’s behalf. The service is capable of automatically parsing up to 50 different part numbers. Amber is also equipped to understand part numbers written in both Latin and Cyrillic alphabets, with seamless integration on mobile devices.

In addition, the assistant is built and coded to understand any type of attachment ranging from easy document files to intricate proprietary file types. With abilities to quickly analyze information, Amber A. I. functionality is fully capable of sending spare parts availability reports in less than 20 seconds to a customer’s email address. The report query can be generated from any device which is able to send and receive emails.

Amber A. I. plugin

The service is also available in the form of a Microsoft Outlook plugin, which is easily installed and linked with Locatory.com’s database to provide a possibility of working directly from the email client. The software allows users to get structured search results immediately without the need of any other program.

In the case of an email, with Amber A. I.’s search results, containing more part numbers than relevant, a customer is able to select the chosen part(s) and process it via Amber. Another advantage of the A. I. plugin is the ability to choose whether results should be shown in the email client or in a browser of your choosing.

The Amber A. I. assistant is mainly focused on aviation industry professionals, who are tasked with searching and sourcing aircraft parts. With a means to submit search requests via mobile devices and response speeds of 20 seconds, the Locatory.com Amber A. I. assistant is aiming to minimize the time required to procure high-quality aircraft parts.

About Locatory.com

Locatory.com is an aviation IT company primarily acting as an aircraft parts locator. It offers the most innovative tools for aircraft parts procurement and exploration via a broad aviation marketplace it manages. The company is #1 aircraft parts marketplace in the Eastern hemisphere and one of the 3 largest premium aircraft parts locator companies in the world.

Locatory.com is a family member of Avia Solutions Group, the largest aerospace business group from Central & Eastern Europe with 83 offices and production sites providing aviation services and solutions worldwide.

Avia Solutions Group unites a team of more than 7000 professionals, providing state-of-the-art solutions to aviation industry and beyond.

For more information, please visit www.locatory.com, www.aviasg.com

TOP 15 BEST TRADED AIRCRAFT SPARE PARTS OF 2019

Aviation encounters new challenges every year due to its growing demand. Whether it is commercial flights for regular travel or cargo services, aviation needs to continually expand and overcome its limits to meet the ever-increasing demand. 2019 wasn’t any different, and increasing aviation demand also meant a more significant need for spare parts. 

As you probably know, aircraft performs best when it is in permanent use. If it stays on the ground, then it is not healthy for the plane, and the owner wastes money. However, despite the advantages of continually flying aircraft, the safety regulations must be followed, routine checks and maintenance procedures have to be performed timely. Therefore, it is crucial to get the spare parts quickly and effectively. Locatory.com is there to provide accurate and the best in the market service times. 

Most popular Total Air Sensors (TAT) and air data parts

Locatory.com started to release a list of most popular aircraft spare parts every year. In 2018 the most popular were wheels and brakes. However, in 2019 the top place went to Total Air Sensors (TAT) and other air data spare parts. 

When flying the aircraft, pilots must know the accurate outside temperature to avoid errors and ensure smooth aircraft handling. TAT sensors are positioned in the airflow of an aircraft which in result means that the kinect heating raises the temperature above outside air temperature. This temperature is crucial in determining True Air Speed (TAS). We are glad to announce that a total of 100% customers who looked for this part was able to find it on locatory.com. 

The other spare part among the 15 most popular was Air Data Computer (ADC) which is essential in determining the aircraft altitude, calibrated speed and much more. It is also used to calculate TAS as the information from TAT is transferred to ADC and it finishes the calculations. 

The importance of timely information in the sky

The other trendy spare parts were receiver and transceiver. These two parts are essential in assuring the sufficient flow of communication. Receivers and transmitters are the electronic devices that manipulate electricity resulting in the transmission of useful information through the atmosphere or space.

Also, the magnetometers became one of the most wanted spare parts in 2019. Magnetometers are the crucial part used for navigation. A simplified version of it was used in early aviation days and remained the vital part due to its helpfulness. In the early days of magnetometers, it was used as an instrument to show heading information and took up quite a lot of space. 

These days magnetometer measures Earth’s magnetic field and shows orientation. Therefore pilots can know where they are and where is their destination point. 

The future trends and spare part demand

Comparing the results of 2018 and 2019, we can perceive that it is hard to predict what will be the most sought spare parts. However, the prediction here is not as crucial as the speed of adapting to change and fulfilling the dynamic demand. Locatory.com is determined to provide speedy and cost-effective services. Our parts reach the client in the shortest possible time and help save the precious time of a grounded aircraft. 

Dainius Meilunas, the CEO at Locatory.com, states that “we are constantly improving our services and implementing modern IT systems to fulfil the ever-growing customer needs”. Locatory.com is famous among airlines and MRO companies for their fast handling manner and vast experience in the aviation field. Additionally, by being part of worldwide aviation group, Locatory.com can advance their solutions faster and get ahead of the competition easier. 

You can find the full list of TOP 15 spare parts below.

TOP 15 aircraft spare parts and part numbers (PN) of 2019:

SENSOR, TOTAL TEMPERATURE 0102AW1AF-1

MAGNETOMETER 011-00870-00/002A0006-69

AIR DATA COMPUTER 011-00882-10

SENSOR, TOTAL TEMPERATURE 0102AY1AF

RECEIVER ASSY BLACK 011-01060-00

TRANSCEIVER VHF COMM 064-50000-2052

Battery 024147-000

SENSOR COMPRESSOR IN 0154EW4-1

PROBE-TOTAL PRESSURE AND TEMP 0154ED2

SENSOR 0154JU

RELAY BOX 005RL05

SWITCH 024804-002

AUTO PILOT COMPUTER 065-0042-03

MODULE DISPLAY 043351-4

TAG Aviation Selects Cutting-Edge Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Solution


TAG Aviation
 Maintenance Services has selected Sensus MRO as its future operating system to complement Quantum, its legacy system. Sensus MRO is a web-based and field-proven Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution for the MRO industry. It is developed and supported by Locatory.com a Lithuania based subsidiary of Avia Solutions Group.

Sensus MRO will enhance TAG Aviation Maintenance Services’ customer experience by offering new functionalities such as improved capacity planning, customer portal, remote access for increased mobility, optimised quoting/invoicing processes and time tracking. In addition, Sensus MRO will provide a unique opportunity to harmonise TAG’s Information systems and processes across its unique pan-European network of line and base stations.

TAG Aviation’s maintenance operation services chose Sensus for its capabilities and innovative approach. The system easily integrates with other software and databases, is module-based, highly customizable (modules can run as a standalone or altogether) and it can be adapted by Sensus developers according to a customer’s needs.

“Having one of the most advanced business jet MRO companies in the world select our IT solution demonstrates that we have created an exclusive product that is useful on a global level”, said Dainius Meilunas, CEO of Locatory.com. “With TAG Aviation headquarters based in Switzerland, it shows that our solution meets the highest standards of quality and proves that our product is one of the most advanced currently available in the aviation market.”

“By improving TAG Aviation’s customer experience through enhancing features to make our organisation more agile, Sensus MRO appeared to be the most appropriate system to support our future growth and enable our Maintenance operations to become even more customer centric”, added Franck Madignier, TAG Aviation, President Maintenance and FBO, TAG Aviation Europe.

$10B aircraft spare parts marketplace – one click to find them all

Finding spare parts for aircraft is never an easy task. As the market is not so big and the regulations are stringent, MROs and airlines understand that there is no way to keep track of every possible spare part that is needed or would be needed shortly. Besides that, some players do not have the capability of storing spare parts. Having a business connection that handles one or the other required part always comes in handy. But there are better and more efficient ways, for example – using a specific marketplace for aircraft spare parts.

How to choose wisely?

There is no doubt that there is more than one aircraft spare parts marketplace around the world. So the natural question comes to a mind – how does one choose correctly? The easiest way to figure out what is exactly needed in any situation – to find the most relevant aspects that would apply in any case for any customer. So let us look at what should be in the marketplace that would work better than any open source internet browser.

First, and probably the most important – the database. There are many different players in the aviation market – manufacturers, MROs, airlines, brokers, etc. That is why the database of any marketplace has to be incredibly vast to fit the needs of everyone. The bigger the database, the easier the solution it is for anyone in any situation, for example – AOG, when the specific part is needed in the shortest period. Also, a bigger database means more parts to choose from. As in any business, this creates more significant competition amongst the players inside the marketplace, giving an upper hand for the customer in fund saving. Using a marketplace with a bigger database gives a possibility to find a needed part for a lower price than anywhere else.

The second significant approach, which connects with the first one – is the quality of the database. No one wants to browse through a database that is just filled with pictures or part numbers but at the end – find nothing. Time is money and in aviation – a reasonably significant amount of funds. Thus, the quality of any database should be of the highest priority. Adding to this, the number of active unique clients is exceptionally relevant. The more buyers, sellers, brokers, and any other players of the aviation market is included in the marketplace’s activities, the more efficient the marketplace becomes.

The other very important aspect is the geography. More specifically – the region any player is working in and the area that the marketplace covers. Most of the marketplaces try working worldwide. However, the keyword here is ‘tries’. Meaning, not all of them can actually provide with a quick solution in the region a specific person or company is active. It is essential to find a place with solutions all over the world, which guarantees a rapid response and the full treatment of their database.

A right marketplace has to be optimized with the best tools that improve all the processes. The platform itself will not be used if it is not user-friendly or has some editions to it. Everyone can do simple searches and ordering parts. What marketplace should provide with are the solutions, tailored to everyone’s needs, that would make all the processes easier, would save money and time. The more any marketplace is equipped, the better choice it is.

Last but not least, – analytics. Having analyzed the market fully, any marketplace should be available to proceed with the data of competition, mostly sold or searched items on the marketplace, etc. This is absolute gold information for those who try to find a new gap in the market or wishes to strengthen their position.

Is one marketplace enough?

The aircraft spare parts marketplace is like a highway. One of them is Locatory.com, an aviation IT company, primarily acting as an aircraft parts locator. Locatory.com has a team of extremely experienced individuals, which are native speakers for Russian, Spanish, Arabic, and English, so that everyone could be able to do their business and avoid language barrier. “Our team becomes like a connection in-between a client and the provider. Taken in consideration our marketplace, one of the key things that we propose – a one-stop-shop for all the needs: purchase, selling, advertising, shipping, payment transaction, documentation, taking care of customs issues, you name it. We specifically developed our marketplace to have various tools, which would help to make all the processes faster and easier,” says Dainius Meilunas, CEO at Locatory.com.

But the marketplace is only one part of the equation. Companies that wish to get the most value out of their partnerships, are proactive and always comes back to the buyer, they follow up themselves and create direct connection, which is the first step to have a long-term relationship with that lead. Besides that, the companies have to update their inventory as soon as possible, be visible, communicative always reply to every single RFQ and follow up with the buyer by itself.

“Besides the marketplace itself, one of the most important addition is the Customer support our company provides. This leads to many successful cases for our customers and us. Even if the customer is tech-savvy, ability to speak eye to eye with a skillful professional allows to learn more about the given tools, understanding the analyzed data, and resolve any issues that might come up”, says Indre Bagaviciute, Vice President Sales at Locatory.com.

Locatory‘s shipping service – convenient approach for spare parts delivery

Searching and ordering of spare parts is a common and daily operation for most MROs and airlines. There is one key element in this procedure that everyone looks over until the time comes – the shipping of goods. This service is rarely a big problem for the biggest companies that do massive orders through their partners. However, shipping can become quite a headache for smaller market players, especially money and resources wise. When the time is of the essence and the funds are limited, finding a good and cheaper logistics partner becomes a challenge. Such problems can be solved by specific solutions, developed by other market players.

A vast network of partners saves time and money

An aviation IT company Locatory.com, primarily acting as an aircraft parts locator, is constantly expanding its service portfolio. A year ago, the company introduced its Shipping service, which has already received an extremely good evaluation from the clients. “When we first started using Locatory shipping, employees were very helpful and walked us through all the steps. Everything was great since we started using the service to ship everything to and from overseas! You seriously can’t beat Locatory’s prices!” said Heather King, Executive Administrative Assistant at Five Star Aviation.

Locatory.com worked many years to gather a vast network of partners around the world for shipping services, thus creating a global network for goods transfer. This gives the company a possibility to provide very specific and lower prices for every single client. For example, a standard price for Express shipping of 10 kg package, 40x35x35cm, from one of the logistics company on route Miami, US to Kwai Chung, Hong Kong, would cost 345,27 USD. Locatory.com, using its extensive relationship with its partners, would be able to provide the same service with the same logistics company for 143,8 USD. This exemplary price would be offered to every client, even the smallest ones.

“There is no doubt, that if some Lithuanian company would need to order parts here in Lithuania, they would contact local logistics company since there is no time gap, the knowledge of the market is better. However, for an American company it would be much more difficult to find reliable logistics partners in Lithuania. And this is where we come in. Our extensive knowledge and know-how allowed us to combine a great network of shipping partners. Our partners are located all around the world from Australia to the US, India to Brazil, Lithuania to South Africa. I believe that this service contributes to the highest user experience for all our clients, which grants a better end result satisfaction for everyone. We specifically developed this service to suit the needs even of the smallest clients, so they would save their time and money,” says Dainius Meilunas, CEO at Locatory.com.

Shipping service oriented in safety and quality

Locatory.com works every day to make its service more approachable and of best quality to their clients. Besides the price of the service itself, the company’s representatives are always ready to provide with any needed information on the package. Parcel tracking is one of the important features of the service. Rather many logistics companies do not give the information on the whereabouts of the goods, however, Locatory’s managers always require their partners to provide with the positioning of goods. “We noticed that not all logistics companies provide their clients with this capability, so we are constantly working with our partners on cargo status, allowing us to present constant updatesto our clients. Even in an unexpected situations, our managers are extremely experienced and know how to handle difficult situations,” says Asta Svilainyte, Key Account Logistics Manager at Locatory.com

The company serves its clients not just with regular goods. It can also provide with the partners that would help to ship heavy cargos, containers, and dangerous goods across the world. The service is very extensive, giving the opportunity on not just ordering the shipping service but also in preparing the documentation, declarations, custom clearance, labeling and packing. Besides that, having partners all over the world who knows all major languages, the company’s representatives can communicate with the senders in their native tongue, which allows Locatory.com to become a bridge between countries and continents.

Locatory.com will invest $10M to engine stands leasing business

Locatory.com, an aviation IT company primarily acting as an aircraft parts locator, a part of Avia Solutions Group, has announced about their investment in a new business. The company is spreading its services portfolio and has started the leasing of aircraft engine stands globally. It is planned that in five upcoming years Locatory.com will invest over 10 million USD.

„Our company just started the business after realizing that there is a gap in the market. We understand that owning engine stands might be a luxury for many MROs and airlines, thus we decided to implement this project and invest over 10 million to its growth and the variety of stands. We start with the most popular ones and the most important part of it – we partnered with one of the leading certified engine stand manufacturers to ensure the highest quality of our product. Besides that, we will make the process smart by adding extra convenience and efficiency to the regular market standards,” says Dainius Meilunas, CEO at Locatory.com.

The company partnered with AGSE for their stand manufacturing. They will start its service by providing two options – stands for CFM56A/B and CFM56-7 engines. Locatory.com will offer a high-quality equipment lease for a preferred period so that the clients all around the world could productively carry out maintenance operations. In addition, the company will offer worldwide shipping services for all leasing orders.

The first operations already started in Europe and will advance soon enough as the first orders are being planned for Asia in 2019.

Green flying: is it possible to implement?

There is no doubt that the aviation industry has a great impact on the environment. Various Non-governmental organizations (NGO) worldwide are searching for the best ways to solve the issue of rapidly growing carbon dioxide emissions as the number of air passengers exceeds every forecast. And not just NGOs, as aircraft manufacturers are carefully designing new engines and other solutions to reduce carbon emissions. However, the movement towards eco-friendly aviation is barely scratching the surface of the issue despite the effort. So, what is happening in the industry towards the green flying initiative and what can actually be done on limited resources?

The biggest issues

Probably the biggest issue for green flying is the actual flying. People are constantly traveling by plane and it would be extremely difficult to persuade them that any other mean of transportation would be much more environmentally friendly. Mostly, because at this age time is money, and flying saves time. Besides that, travels by aircraft became a lot cheaper, especially with low-cost airlines when tickets for a vacation can cost as low as 10 euro per person. However, what is the real cost of so many flights?

According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), at the moment around 4 billion passenger seats are sold in civilian airliners every year. Meaning that nearly half of our population flies every year. It is predicted that by 2036 the number will double. Every year the number of air passengers grows by 5 percent. The irony – everyone worldwide is talking about carbon emissions and searches for the ways to minimize it but flies more than any year before.

Of course, one might say that aviation is just a very small player in carbon emission environment and it would not be wrong. Only 2 percent of global carbon emissions belong to the aviation industry, however, these 2 percent convert to 859 million tons, which still is a great issue in the worldwide context.

What are the solutions?  

Some of the solutions to this ongoing and still rising issue are obvious. We should stop flying so frequently. But is it really a solution? Aircraft manufacturers are working daily to create engines that would use less aviation fuel and would be more efficient. However, knowing the aircraft fleet worldwide is not changing as soon as the new aircraft engines being released, these changes would not be implemented soon enough.

The other solution is to adapt current aircraft for biofuel. Some airlines are already flying with biofuel. In the past decade, aircraft are allowed to run with synthetic kerosene. ASTM International, the organization that sets standards on jet fuel, allowed having up to 50 percent of biofuel in jet tanks and by this day we already had around 143 thousand such flights. Yet again, this is an extremely small amount of scheduled flights as only in 2018 there were 39 million of them. There is also another issue being raised – if biofuel will be used, will there be an issue for food growing and using it for fuel rather than feeding people worldwide.

The most interesting suggestion is to use electricity instead of fuel. This solution is yet to be developed and is not used commonly at the moment. Only several test flight were done and most of them were on extremely small aircraft. Of course, using renewables is very appealing but the result at the moment is not satisfactory at all.

What else can be done?

It is really hard to say, what could be the universal truth for this rising issue. The development of new technologies will eventually serve to the purpose but at this time, it is best to adapt the older fleet to timely standards. The best way to do so is by upgrading the aircraft with spare parts that would help to minimize the consumption of jet fuel even in theoretical level. The reason behind this is that the fleet is not changing fast enough to be up to date with environmental standards and maybe even the smallest adaptations of the aircraft or its engines while working hand-in-hand with manufacturers and standardization organizations would benefit to the cause.

 “We understand that the aviation industry is changing very slowly. It is enormous and even the slightest changes to the aircraft mean a lot of finance. However, we must be flexible and responsible. There are many various regulations and new standards being developed every day. Even the smallest changes in the aircraft, physical or IT solutions, might change the efficiency of the aircraft and every player in the market should be willing to make their fleet as green as possible,” says Dainius Meilunas, CEO at Locatory.com, an aviation IT company, primarily acting as an aircraft parts locator.

MidAmerican Aerospace and Locatory.com continue to forge a strong relationship

With over 100 years of combined experience MidAmerican Aerospace has a wealth of experience. Their resources enable them to provide world class services in aftermarket spares solutions through aggressive procurement and active aircraft dismantling projects. Through their relationship with Locatory.com, both companies are continually searching for more effective streamline ways to improve productivity and exposure.

Josh Hall, A sales associate for MidAmerican, says “MidAmerican Aerospace is constantly researching the market to understand current demands. More importantly, we listen to our customers and do our best to understand their needs. We strive to become knowledgeable and resourceful with every part we supply. In addition, our management has brought together a team of honest hard working people and given them the tools and environment to succeed.”

For the last 10 months the relationship with Locatory.com has been instrumental in providing quality services to their customers and by opening up opportunities with new customers. By bridging the gap between MidAmerican, an aftermarket supplier, and customers across the world Locatory.com has helped MidAmerican make numerous connections in new markets where they have not directly worked in.

The future looks bright for increased cooperation as MidAmerican grows as a company. “MidAmerican will eventually supply parts for more aircraft applications and we will rely on Locatory.com to put us in contact with the interested companies/operators of that material. As new companies sign up we will be able to rely on Locatory.com to encourage the relationship. Lastly, we will rely on Locatory.com to help identify the sought after material customers are looking for,” says Josh Hall.

Locatory.com, a member of Avia Solutions Group family, is an aviation IT company which primarily acts as an aircraft parts locator. “Our goals are aimed at establishing a range of new relationships with the best, experienced, and most reliable aircraft spare parts trading business players around the globe and introduce them to Locatory.com  marketplace members who face the endless challenges of constantly finding, buying and shipping aircraft spare parts,” says Dainius Meilunas, CEO of Locatory.com.

“We are glad to have a beneficial relationship with experienced aftermarket supplier MidAmerican Aerospace, and we are confident that by continuing to be reliable and active, MidAmerican will be able to further accelerate their business expansion in untapped markets by continuing to provide quality services to the ever-growing network of our platform members around the world,” says Dainius Meilunas.

Aircraft spare parts supply – is China in the same trend as the whole world?

Aviation industry for most people associates with flights, airports and travels. However, the industry, whose recent revenue is yearly growing by almost 10% includes a lot of not visible businesses that keeps the aviation industry ongoing: aircraft maintenance (MRO), spare parts supply, ground handling, fuel distribution and many more. Since every single aircraft around the world has to go through a routine check before each single flight, it is of high importance for the airlines and maintenance organizations to have reliable partners for spare parts supply at any time of the day, 24/7.

“Trustworthy Airlines, that have intention to perform their flight on scheduled time, as well as maintenance  organizations that are willing to take qualified care of their client aircraft repair processes as fast as possible, need to have a constant access to spare parts stock and plan the correct amount of orders for specific aircraft maintenance. Reliability of spare parts provider is vitally important as well, while safety is undoubtably the most important thing in aviation,” says Yaoju Yu, Asia Development Manager at aircraft parts marketplace Locatory.com. “If the flights are delayed, passengers are late, and the airlines make their providers pay fines for the delays. All subjects are interconnected and at the end often depend on timely spare parts delivery time. However, new digital technologies and special artificial algorithms allows the maintenance providers to save bulk of time and find the needed parts for prompt aircraft maintenance 24/7, even in a native language”, adds specialist of the aircraft parts supply platform.

From the earlier times, when the Chinese market began to shift from individual point-to-point contact to each separate provider, brokerage companies only began to emerge. At this moment, China has hundreds of brokerage companies whose daily work is to mediate between the buyer and seller, as well as proceed to develop guanxi. It became uncomfortable but usual to request separate orders of aviation parts and components through trading intermediaries, who on the once side has chain of providers of use specific marketplaces, but deal with suppliers one-by-one, however on the other side, they arrange documents for customs, take care of dispatches and do other administrative work.

On average, only a process of assortment availability check may take up to 5 days, depending on the capabilities of the spare parts provider. Yet using modern online systems, it is no longer necessary to check or ask for each individual supplier’s range, while each needed spare part can be instantly found in stock online in real time. Besides that, the same platform can be used for a secure Escrow payment as well as customized dispatch services can be requested right here also.

Such a philosophy of convenience and affordability for different markets and needs is driven in the spare parts marketplace Locatory.com, which is probably the only company of this type that applied their platform for Chinese market and provide to the market additional functionality driven by Artificial Intelligence technologies. The abovementioned allows users to let the system automatically collect data and do the research even being mobile and off the platform.


Dainius Meilunas“Asian market is extremely important in aviation industry. At the moment, it is the fastest growing aviation market in the world and, according to IATA, soon enough will overcome the United States, hence our technological advantage allows Chinese companies to order the spare parts 70 percent faster than it used to be in previous experience elsewhere – our software does the search in 20 seconds. This means that the brokers and, eventually, the end-users have the opportunity to maintain more aircraft or supply more companies in the same time manner,” says Dainius Meilunas, CEO at Locatory.com and enthusiast of innovative IT solutions. “From the very beginning the goal of our company was to become the closest customer-reaching online platform, bringing together suppliers and customers on their daily standard needs and AOG situations. And for the moment, Locatory.com do provide buyers and suppliers with all most comprehensive spare parts for business jets and commercial aircraft in Chinese market: Western and Russian build aircraft, as well as helicopters”, mentions the CEO of the company.

Being a part of Avia Solutions Group, a global holding company for diverce aviation industry services and IT solutions, Locatory.com knows the newest trends of the industry and can adapt to them significantly fast. Due to this, the company continuously upgrades their system to Asian and worldwide regions` needs.

Though customers commits the platform as Aliexpress prototype in the aviation spare-parts market, the system throughout five years of activity has expanded widely and for the moment is working with the leading industry partners in China and the world, such as HNA Technic, Hainan Airlines, Tianjin Airlines, Beijing Capital Airlines.

While casual routine is becoming much easier with innovative IT solutions and specified software it allows speeding up the pace of development of all the industries. Therefore, the expansion of IT market, usage of AI and virtual assistants penetrated even a very conservative and extremely structured aviation industry. All that allows one to forecast more of positive changes in this highly developing industry.

Sensus MRO: Enterprise Resource Planning Solution to Revolutionize Aviation MRO

The world of aviation MRO is full of strict deadlines, vital decisions, and intense documentation. With a burden of accountability like that, MRO providers demand the very best tools to help make each step of their work as simple and straightforward as possible. To help those in the aviation MRO industry meet their profound needs, Locatory.com paired with some of the best base maintenance consultants in Europe to develop Sensus MRO, a web-based Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution.

Sensus MRO was created as a branch off of Locatory.com’s Sensus Aero product line. Through extensive experience gained from a long history of working in the aviation sphere, the Sensus Aero product line was designed with the goal of providing highly tailored solutions for aviation businesses. Sensus MRO is one of those solutions. Its software is a unique module based system that is designed around the best practices in aircraft LEAN operations to make MRO processes more efficient with less human effort.

The advanced reporting engines within Sensus MRO facilitate better control and decision-making processes. The system collects data from all working hours spent on projects to furnish a detailed report of profitable and non-profitable hours and through the thorough analyses of expenditures provide accurate ROIs figures. The system also takes into account client needs by presenting important information in an easily accessible portal that clients can use to see data such as current project status, required approvals, and more. This feature allows MRO providers the opportunity to check how long it takes for a client to approve the purchase of required materials and monitor the impact of those times on TATs (Turn Around Time).

Sensus MRO can oversee projects to ensure that everything is on track and on time while regularly measuring performance. Budget corrections can also be made through the system according to the changes that happen during varying processes. Automatically generated invoicing data helps reduce the time it takes to bill clients and produces precise information for accounting software. All of this occurs while the system helps ensure the accuracy and reliability of information, provides project cost visibility, and efficiency in cost management. Continually monitoring the progress of projects allows for potential problems to be easily identified and corrective action to be taken immediately.

Along with Sensus MRO’s highly customizable module based system, MRO providers can also work with Locatory.com’s program developers to create individualized software systems that fit the specific needs of each company. Since Sensus MRO utilizes state-of-the-art cloud computing, the system is accessible from anywhere in the world and provides a great alternative for MRO organizations that want to keep up with the everchanging technology, but are not yet ready to commit to the replacement of their entire ERP system. Implementation is rapid and accurate allowing highly specific needs to be met for both small projects and full implementation.

With Sensus MRO, aviation professionals can achieve the best results in the fastest manner at the lowest cost while remaining competitive in a consolidating market. This system increases reaction times to customer needs and, in turn, can boost both profits and reputations through the elimination of non-value added activities.