Mxi Tech signs deal with Jalux

Victoria
By Victoria May 29, 2013 10:07

Mxi Tech signs deal with Jalux

Mxi Technologies, the aviation maintenance management software provider, has signed a partner agreement with Jalux, Japan’s largest aerospace supplier. Under this new agreement, Jalux has been appointed as an authorized representative for the sale of the Maintenix portfolio of solutions and services to address the growing demand in the Japanese market. This agreement will enable Mxi to better support its Japanese clients in-country and to bring its solutions to the broader market.
“In our role as supplier and advisor to a number of Japan’s leading aviation organizations it is important that we partner with companies that offer the highest quality products and services,” says Yasushi Amada, General Manager, Aircraft, Parts & Materials Department, Jalux Inc. “In working with Mxi Technologies, we believe that we have found the right aviation maintenance solutions provider that we can recommend with total confidence to our customers.”
“Our partnership with Jalux allows us to better address the current and future demand we’re seeing as we work with Japanese aviation firms through the selection and implementation of an advanced aviation maintenance solution,” says Dave Seibel, President and CEO, Mxi Technologies. “We’re proud to play a part in the evolution of aviation maintenance in a region where we’ve seen the rapid adoption of next-generation aircraft, forward-thinking business models, and an appetite for competitive, world-class offerings.”
Mxi Technologies is currently working closely with Jalux on several active accounts in the region.

Victoria
By Victoria May 29, 2013 10:07
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