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IHI Transition to Paperless Maintenance with Veryon Tracking+

IHI Transition to Paperless Maintenance with Veryon Tracking+

Japanese aircraft engine manufacturer and maintenance provider IHI has completed the deployment of Veryon Tracking+ software, transitioning to paperless MRO.

IHI’s Life Cycle Solution Division, Aero Engine, Space & Defense Business Area, headquartered in Tokyo, maintains V2500, GEnx, CF34, and PW1100G-JM engine components. Previously, its maintenance teams used an array of spreadsheets and paper records to manage their library of task cards, which caused numerous issues. This included the continuous updating of task card data upon OEM maintenance manual revisions and the inability to record inspection results on the cards themselves.

To address these issues, IHI selected and has now implemented our Digital Task Cards feature in Veryon Tracking+. 

“Our previous process was far too time-consuming and made it difficult for regulators to see the decisions we had made and why,” said Tomoyuki Chida, Head of Quality Engineering Group at the division of IHI. “With Tracking+ now in place, we can realize significant time savings, automatically validate task input, and provide our technicians with useful supporting information, all without the need for paper.”

Veryon Tracking+ achieves this through a series of functions. First, IHI imports manuals into our system, and the task cards within are extracted and set up as digital records. Users can then customize these with additional fields and functions such as electronic signoffs, feedback capture, and alternate task procedures. When manuals are revised, the underlying task card data can be automatically updated while keeping any customized content intact. 

“As a software provider, it is always incredibly satisfying when we can take a very manual and time-consuming process and create functionality that can perform it in the blink of an eye,” comments Julian Stourton of Veryon. “IHI’s willingness to adapt and their desire for continuous improvement is truly commendable and has made them the perfect early adopter of this functionality.”