Mxi Technologies announcedthe launch of Maintenix within the Cloud to seamlessly support user training and complement the organization’s training and education service suite. Officially launched in mid-July, the response to the new, cloud-based service has been overwhelmingly positive with course participants noting that the Cloud-based delivery fully replicated a production environment while facilitating a more meaningful and flexible training experience than traditional computer-based instruction.
The accessible and scalable infrastructure afforded by the Cloud allows Mxi customers to experience Maintenix in a fully-interactive training environment true to a live maintenance production system. Using the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, Mxi is able to deliver concurrent training to a virtually unlimited number of geographically dispersed attendees while benefitting from a reduction in training infrastructure setup costs for both the customer and Mxi.
“Mxi Technologies has a successful track record of applying new technologies to enhance the client experience through our products and services,” says AJ Harris, vice president, Professional Services, Mxi Technologies. “The move to the Cloud using a live production release of Maintenix further affirms our commitment to delivering a solution more reflective of our clients’ individual understanding and day-to-day use of their maintenance management solution.”
Although initially launched in support of user training, this first, Cloud-based instance of Maintenix is the same full production software currently used post go-live by Mxi customers and signals the advent of MRO software deployment in the Cloud to support mission-critical airline maintenance operations.