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BCT Aviation Maintenance signs up for Veryon Tracking+

BCT Aviation Maintenance signs up for Veryon Tracking+

Base and line maintenance provider, BCT Aviation Maintenance (BCT), has signed up for our maintenance software solution, Veryon Tracking+.

BCT offers a wide range of maintenance services from its headquarters at East Midlands Airport (EMA) and line stations across the UK and Ireland. This includes base and line maintenance, livery & paint support, and end-of-lease services for airlines and operators worldwide.

Until now, BCT relied on a system of spreadsheets and paper records to manage their operations, but the lack of cross-department visibility this provided led to them seeking a fully digitized solution.

“As our business continues to grow and we expand our Base Maintenance capability, we developed a need for a high-quality solution for our maintenance software requirements and decided Tracking+ is the best fit for our business,” said Chris Taylor, Technical Director at BCT. “We are excited to see the benefits Tracking+ will bring to all aspects of BCT Aviation Maintenance by providing a clear view of our operating protocols, from commercial engagement with potential customers to our operational day-to-day needs and all the way through to customer billing. We are looking forward to working with everyone at Veryon and getting started on the implementation process.”

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Our in-house implementation specialists will now begin the deployment of the solution's MRO Management, Inventory Management, and Business Support modules to go live later this year.

Julian Stourton of Veryon commented, "BCT has been incredibly successful over the last few years, and their client portfolio speaks for itself. 

"It is no small project upgrading your maintenance IT systems, but the rewards vastly outweigh the effort, and if you pick the right partner to guide you through it, then it can be much less painful than you think."