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Veryon & Rolls-Royce Deutschland Enter Long-term Engine Diagnostics Platform Agreement

Veryon & Rolls-Royce Deutschland Enter Long-term Engine Diagnostics Platform Agreement

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.— Veryon, a leading provider of information services and software solutions for the aviation industry, recently signed a long-term agreement with Rolls-Royce Deutschland, the world's leading engine supplier in Business Aviation, for the Veryon Guided Troubleshooting product.

Trusted by manufacturers, airlines, and military worldwide, Veryon Guided Troubleshooting allows users to monitor, maintain, and collaborate on all unscheduled maintenance. The cloud-based interactive and collaborative aircraft troubleshooting tool uses a smart diagnostic reasoning engine that continually optimizes the aviation troubleshooting process. By incorporating mechanic field experience into Veryon's troubleshooting engine, the solution dramatically improves first-time fix rates, reduces the time spent on unscheduled maintenance, and facilitates aircraft to return to service more quickly.

Veryon's comprehensive fault isolation solution is used by the technical help desks and field support of Dassault, Gulfstream, and Rolls-Royce, as well as service centers, aircraft operators, and flight departments.

"We're honored that Rolls-Royce has entrusted us with such an important part of how they support their global customers," said Norman Happ, Chief Executive Officer of Veryon. "Our technology platform is ideal for customers like Rolls-Royce to accelerate return-to-service through our AI-powered continuous learning troubleshooting process. The platform is proven to support partners in reducing troubleshooting time by 50 percent and achieving a remarkable 90 percent success rate in first-time fixes."

The agreement, which includes Guided Troubleshooting with Initial Symptom Profiles, web and mobile versions, covers many engine models, including BR710 for the Gulfstream G550, BR725 for the Gulfstream G650/G650ER, Pearl 700 for the Gulfstream G700/G800 and Pearl® 10X for the Dassault Falcon 10X. This is in addition to the existing data exchange partnership Rolls-Royce and Veryon have on their platform.


Rolls-Royce is excited to expand its relationship with Veryon," said Fraser Scott, Vice President of Business and Capability at Rolls-Royce. "Our goal is to provide an excellent customer experience, and Veryon Guided Troubleshooting will help to enhance this by further reducing aircraft return-to-service times and increasing aircraft availability. The new capability will also enable us to capture our tacit knowledge, learn what works best, and adapt our guidance to benefit all customers."

Veryon Guided Troubleshooting also provides just-in-time training with customizable documentation, videos, and pictures to guarantee the tech can troubleshoot unfamiliar equipment and symptoms, with quick and immediate access to key information via the web or mobile app.

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About Veryon

Veryon is the leading provider of aviation software and information services, supporting a global network of more than 75,000 aircraft maintenance professionals and over 7,600 customers in nearly 150 countries worldwide. We help everyone from business aviation teams and MROs to airlines and OEMs get their aircraft more uptime. Challenges like unscheduled repairs, part availability, and excessive paperwork lead to too many aircraft spending too much time on the ground. And that leads to needless delays, endless back and forth, and lots of wasted dollars. The key to more uptime is having a better technology platform to manage everything from maintenance and operations to manuals and diagnostics.

That’s why thousands of aircraft operators, 25% of the worldwide commercial fleet, and over 100 OEMs all rely on Veryon. And it’s why customers have been able to achieve an average 23% improvement in aircraft downtime cost. Veryon. Let’s get you more uptime. Learn more at  


About Rolls-Royce

Rolls-Royce develops and delivers complex power and propulsion solutions for safety-critical applications in the air, at sea, and on land. Our products and service packages enable our customers to connect people, societies, cultures, and economies together; they meet the growing need for power generation across multiple industries and enable governments to equip their armed forces with the power required to protect their citizens. 

Rolls-Royce has customers in more than 150 countries, comprising more than 400 airlines and leasing customers, 160 armed forces and navies, and more than 5,000 power and nuclear customers. We are committed to making our products compatible with net zero carbon emissions to meet customer demand for more sustainable solutions.

The annual underlying revenue was £12.69 billion in 2022, and the underlying operating profit was £652m. 

Rolls-Royce Holdings plc is a publicly traded company (LSE: RR., ADR: RYCEY, LEI: 213800EC7997ZBLZJH69)