Mxi Technologies' Maintenix System Now Live as Cape Air's Enterprise MRO IT Standard

Full footprint deployment supports regional airline's strategic growth plans

Ottawa, Canada (PRWEB) November 30, 2015

Mxi® Technologies, the leader in aviation maintenance management software, announced today that Cape Air – one of the largest and fastest growing independent U.S. regional airlines – is now live on Maintenix® as its enterprise-wide fleet maintenance management system.

Voted by Condé Nast Traveler readers as one of the "Best Airlines in America," Cape Air has set its sights on driving greater performance efficiencies while scaling the business to service new locations. Less than a year after selecting Maintenix following a market review, the system is now operational across all outstations in the United States, Caribbean and Guam, spanning the airline's engineering, planning, maintenance operations control and materials management functions, supporting a mixed fleet of ATR, Cessna and Britton-Norman Islander aircraft.

By standardizing maintenance information and processes on a single system, Cape Air staff can now more efficiently and effectively manage day-to-day operations while keeping an eye on key corporate performance objectives. For instance, stronger integration between flight operations and maintenance control will help ensure the optimal balance between required maintenance work and the scheduling of critical revenue flights.

"Given our growth plans, we recognized early on that change was needed with some of the systems we had in-house. A modern MRO system like Maintenix fits well with the dynamic nature of our company and our unique business model. We are well positioned to streamline operations, benefit from timely information insights and expand the business without ever compromising our commitment to customer satisfaction," says James Goddard, Senior Vice-President of Fleet Planning and Technical Operations at Cape Air.

"This successful go live is reflective of the collaborative spirit that exists between Cape Air and Mxi Technologies. We are committed to working closely with Cape Air as they look to capitalize on the growth opportunities at hand in this burgeoning North American marketplace, and we are proud that they chose Maintenix as the system to help achieve their goals," says Bill Cavitt, President and CEO at Mxi Technologies. "Congratulations to Cape Air on what I am confident is just the first step towards many years of continued innovation, growth and success."

About Cape Air:
Founded in 1989, Cape Air has quickly grown into one of the largest independent regional airlines in the United States. What began as three flights a day between Provincetown, MA and Boston has grown today to over 525 flights per day supported by a fleet of 92 Cessna, ATR and Britten-Norman Islander aircraft. Each year, over 735,000 passengers trust Cape Air for their air travel needs to destinations across the U.S., Caribbean and Micronesia. For more information, visit

About Mxi Technologies:
Mxi Technologies is a leading provider of integrated and intelligent maintenance management software, support and services catering specifically to the global aviation industry, including commercial and defense operators, third-party MROs, and OEM aftermarket service providers. Mxi Technologies' suite of Maintenix® software is uniquely designed to help aviation organizations maximize the revenue potential of their aviation assets through standard, lean, and predictable maintenance. Featuring a modern, Web-based and mobile-enabled architecture, the Maintenix suite delivers advanced capabilities such as controlled workflow, automated maintenance and materials planning, point-of-maintenance access to real-time information, and paperless execution and compliance. Mxi's global footprint of customers range from emerging, small to midsized organizations to the largest global enterprises, with single to multi-site deployments that scale as high as 6,000 users in a single instance. For more information, visit us at

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