JSSI Launches New Maintenance Software Business Unit

posted on 23rd May 2022 by Eddie Saunders
JSSI Launches New Maintenance Software Business Unit

JSSI has launched JSSI Maintenance Software, a new business unit to unite the company’s growing portfolio of technology-enabled maintenance products.

JSSI Maintenance Software integrates a range of aircraft maintenance tracking and maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) software solutions from industry leaders Traxxall and SierraTrax under one brand.

These products will join the company’s other offerings: JSSI Maintenance Programs, JSSI Parts & Leasing, JSSI Conklin & de Decker and JSSI Advisory Services.

“Our approach is simple. We’re focused on integrating and expanding these innovative solutions to deliver enhanced value to our customers,” said Neil Book, chairman and CEO of JSSI.

“With the addition of Traxxall and SierraTrax over the past 12 months, JSSI is uniquely positioned to connect a wealth of maintenance data that will enable us to create huge efficiencies for customers, whether they operate a single aircraft or a large fleet.”

Traxxall provides business-to-business (B2B) centric software offerings for aircraft maintenance tracking, inventory management, and MRO operations across all sizes of operator or maintenance facility.

The company provides solutions for all makes and models of business jets, turboprops, and helicopters.

SierraTrax serves as a business-to-consumer (B2C) offering for maintenance tracking software for customers looking for a simpler feature set at a lower price point.

“With more than 5,000 business aircraft supported by JSSI, Traxxall and SierraTrax, the decision to align these maintenance products will enable us to significantly enhance the service we provide customers and position us to rapidly scale the business,” said Mark Steinbeck, who has been appointed chief commercial officer of JSSI Maintenance Software.

“Our continued success is a testament to the dedication, passion, and customer-oriented mindsets of the respective teams who have worked hard to develop and deliver both products,” added Steinbeck.