IFS’s Maintenix is riding high on its selection by UPS and Southwest Airlines and will soon support about a quarter of the world’s commercial and military fixed-wing aircraft. But the $500-million-a year IFS believes its other applications, including Complex MRO and IFS Apps, are better suited to engine shops, component repair facilities and independent airframe MROs. For this is a very different market, requiring strong capabilities for doing external business. Jeff Cass, ...

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