Challenge Group partners with EXSYN on data migration project

Source: Challenge Group

Challenge Group has partnered with software company EXSYN to help it safeguard data during a move to a new technology platform that will enable it to digitalise aircraft maintenance procedures.

EXSYN’s aircraft data management solution, NEXUS, will play a vital role in managing the complex aircraft data flows as Challenge Airlines and Challenge Technic migrate to the recently selected MRO/M&E system (AMOS) over the coming weeks.

Challenge Airline BE will be the first of the Group’s companies to migrate to the new system and will also benefit from the technical expertise of EXSYN’s team of aircraft data consultants. 

Veronique Paquay, technical director of Challenge Airline BE, said: “EXSYN’s global expertise on the migration of aircraft data through their tested method and tools will enable us to efficiently manage the complex data migration process.

“This partnership will help us to reduce the time required to integrate our fleet and reap the benefits of our new MRO/M&E system, AMOS, faster.”

Sander de Bree, chief executive of EXSYN Aviation Solutions, added: “As EXSYN we are leaders in the migration and management of aircraft data. Partnering with Challenge Group directly made sense to us in order to provide our technology and expertise to support Challenge Group to successfully onboard their airworthiness and maintenance data to the new MRO software, AMOS.”

EXSYN’s aircraft data management platform focuses on the three main elements of aircraft data management: data migration, data integration, and data analytics.

The platform is powered by the two products NEXUS and AVILYTICS.

Functions in the platform range from MRO system data migration capabilities for all commonly used aviation industry MRO software, building SPEC25000 compliant aircraft redelivery binders, transforming aircraft delivery binders to be automatically loaded into airline MRO software and a wide range of aircraft data health reports to monitor data quality.

The full range of analytics capabilities caters for aircraft reliability management, maintenance costs optimisation, and prediction of upcoming aircraft component failures.

With these data integration tools, airlines and MROs can automate business processes that make use of – or generate the data available in their MRO systems. 

Challenge Group to digitalise maintenance procedures


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Rebecca Jeffrey

Rebecca Jeffrey
New to aviation journalism, I joined Air Cargo News in late 2021 as deputy editor. I previously worked for Mercator Media’s six maritime sector magazines as a reporter, heading up news for Port Strategy. Prior to this, I was editor for Recruitment International (now TALiNT International). Contact me on: [email protected]