Aviation Too Traditional? #MROE

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At our MRO IT Roundtable sponsored by Boeing yesterday, people talked about how innovation happens in their organizations--as well as how to push the best ideas ahead. More and more teams have dedicated innovation teams. 


While the energetic engagement yesterday was contagious, a few people here at MRO Europe today have asked why our industry is so traditional. One answer is that it's highy regulated. Some say it's because people don't share data and keep things highly customized.

At the same time, people are concerned about supply chain inefficiencies. With more and more companies focusing on predictive capabilities and the need for employing better logistics, is it time for a leap?

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