• AeroInfo Team Wins CAS Service Excellence Award

    by User Not Found | May 11, 2015

    On April 9th, AeroInfo’s “Toolbox in the Cloud” team received a CAS Service Excellence award for their efforts developing and implementing a version of Maintenance Performance Toolbox for non-Boeing data in the cloud.

    The CAS Service Excellence awards are awarded to a select few Boeing teams and are a significant honor for the team and for AeroInfo. The awards recognize the contribution of teams who have made a profound contribution to the success of the CAS. To even be considered for the award, a team must deliver outstanding results and demonstrate a consistently exemplary level of performance.

    AeroInfo’s winning team demonstrated all that and more – their work reflected an exceptional level of innovation, technical excellence and a clear and unwavering customer focus. The team developed a scalable, reliable, robust and cost-effective solution that will used to support Boeing’s first full-fleet service offering.

    Our congratulations to this outstanding team who successfully launched a highly complex deliverable and accomplished a significant number of Boeing “firsts” at the same time!

  • Boeing Canada-AeroInfo Appoints New Director of Program Management

    by User Not Found | Jul 07, 2014

    Mr. Fadi Deek,
    Director of Program Management,
    Boeing Canada-AeroInfo

    Boeing Canada-AeroInfo is very pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Fadi Deek to the position of Director, Program Management. In this role, Fadi will lead the Professional Services and Concept & Prototyping portfolios, and act as the interim lead of Defence and Government Services (D&GS) in Canada.

    Fadi is a senior IT executive with over fifteen years’ experience in various business development and managerial roles, with a focus on developing and executing successful IT strategies in emerging markets for multinational IT vendors. For the past five years, Fadi has been the Regional Leader for Boeing IT International, covering India, the Middle East and Africa. Fadi’s broad-based perspective of regional knowledge was instrumental in the development of regional IT strategies that promoted Boeing’s business growth in the area.

    Fadi’s career prior to Boeing included leadership positions in the multinational organizations Oracle and Cisco. During his career at Oracle, Fadi was recognized for his consistent record of achievement, and, while at Cisco, he won the Chairman’s Club award in 2008. This distinction is reserved for the top 1% of Cisco business-development executives who personify leadership, teamwork, innovation and customer satisfaction.

    Fadi received a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, and, prior to that, completed a 2-year study program in Mechanical Engineering. He is currently pursuing an MBA at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

    Fadi reports to Keith Kailly, Vice President of Application Development at Boeing Canada-AeroInfo.

  • Boeing Celebrates AeroInfo’s Work on Maintenance Performance Toolbox

    by User Not Found | Sep 04, 2012

    On July 24th, AeroInfo hosted the Boeing Toolbox Leadership team for a special recognition event of AeroInfo’s contribution to Boeing’s Maintenance Performance Toolbox, a software toolset designed to help airline and Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) customers manage the digital maintenance and repair data needed for comprehensive aviation maintenance.

    The recognition event was intended to celebrate the dedicated work of AeroInfo’s development teams to accomplish a major release of the software, and to celebrate the 100th customer milestone for Toolbox.

    During the recognition event in July, the following remarkable statistics were made public:

    • Maintenance Performance Toolbox now has 109 customers, in contrast to Boeing’s major competitor in this area, who has a customer base of 20 for its aviation maintenance software. 
    • If you’re flying on one of the 4500 in-service Boeing 737s, there is a 66% probability that it is being maintained using Maintenance Performance Toolbox. 
    • On a monthly basis, there are 30-million hits, 180,000 unique visits and 800,000 Megabytes of network traffic to Maintenance Performance Toolbox on My Boeing Fleet.  

    The success of Toolbox in the marketplace is due in large part to AeroInfo’s continuing efforts to deliver innovation, drive costs down through process improvement and provide outstanding customer service. Boeing’s customers have benefited with a continuously improving set of tools that provide maintenance-management functionality that truly optimizes maintenance operations.

    AeroInfo will be responsible for maintaining Toolbox into the future, and developing significant new functionality, including full-fleet support and support for mobile devices. 

  • Two AeroInfo Teams Receive Boeing Excellence Awards

    by User Not Found | Jun 18, 2012

    The Boeing Company’s Commercial Aviation Services (CAS) Service Excellence Award celebrates outstanding contributions of those teams who make a profound impact to the success of the Commercial Aviation Services business unit.

    AeroInfo Systems is proud to announce that two of their project teams – Defence & Government Services and Toolbox Data Production – received the Boeing Commercial Aviation Services (CAS) Excellence Award on March 28, 2012.

    In order to qualify for this prestigious award, teams must deliver accomplishments that are over and above the regular assignments and job expectations or the result of an exemplary and sustained level of performance.

    AeroInfo’s Toolbox Data Production Team processes, packages and delivers data for Maintenance Performance Toolbox, and develops and maintains the processing software and manages the computing environment. In 2011, the team went far beyond their performance targets and dramatically lowered unit costs by 33 percent and cycle time by 70 percent.

    Theis building a defense solutions and services business with Boeing Defense, Space and Security. The team delivered a 60 percent growth in revenue in 2011 and secured the first external contract directly with Canada’s Department of National Defense, positioning the team as a strategic advisor to the Canadian government. 

  • AeroInfo Appoints Director, Application Maintenance and Support Services

    by User Not Found | Feb 22, 2012

    AeroInfo Systems, a leading provider of aviation-maintenance software solutions, announces the appointment of Mr. Brian Kain to the newly created position of Director, Application Maintenance and Support Services.

    Brian will provide leadership and direction for internal IT operations, the company-wide Project Management Office (PMO), and our growing Application Maintenance and Support (AMS) business, which includes Data Services, Data Production and Customer Services.

    Brian is a senior IT Executive with over 15 years’ experience developing and leading successful IT teams in Canada, US, Europe and the Caribbean. He also has extensive experience implementing pragmatic and effective processes for PMO, Resource Management and Software Lifecycle management based on industry best practices, including PMI, CMMi and ITIL.

    Brian began his career with the Canadian Department of National Defense where he spent 21 years in the in Aerospace, Defense & Intelligence communities. He holds multiple certifications in Management, Financial Management, Negotiation, Mediation and Conflict Resolution and most recently Certified in Risk & Information Systems Control.

    “We are very pleased to add Brian to our senior management team,” says Terry Tarle, AeroInfo’s Chief Operating Officer. “His extensive leadership experience and pragmatic approach to process improvement confirms our commitment to providing the highest quality deliverables, services and support for our customers.”

    Mr. Kain will report to Terry Tarle, Chief Operating Officer of AeroInfo Systems.

  • AeroInfo Appoints Chief Technical Architect

    by User Not Found | Feb 22, 2012

    AeroInfo Systems, a leading provider of aviation-maintenance software solutions, announces the appointment of Mr. Duane Benatar to the newly created position of Chief Technical Architect. Duane will provide technical leadership and direction for software development and solution delivery programs, and AeroInfo’s new Solution Incubation and Innovation program. This program complements and supports AeroInfo’s long-established software development function.

    Duane’s expertise includes strategic and operational technology planning, program governance and project management, organization change management, SOA and integration architectures, and developing architecture teams and competencies.

    Duane is a senior IT professional with 15 years’ experience developing and executing successful IT strategies across Canada and the US. At IBM Global Services he was Senior Managing Technology & Strategy Consultant responsible for technology strategy, implementation roadmaps, organizational governance, and end-to-end solution delivery for high profile, complex enterprise solutions in Western Canada. One such client was a BC Crown Corporation where Duane was the program architect, leading a team of 14 architects on an enterprise-wide transformation program for an SOA-based integrated enterprise solution.

    “Duane brings a great combination of technological insight and strong management abilities to AeroInfo,” says Keith Kailly, AeroInfo’s Vice President of Application Development. “His extensive skill set and demonstrated commitment to innovation make him an ideal fit for this important role at AeroInfo.”

    Mr. Benatar will report to Keith Kailly, Vice President of Application Development for AeroInfo Systems.

  • AeroInfo launches new marketing platform

    by corina fong | Dec 09, 2011

    AeroInfo Systems today launched its new web site, one that reflects the fast-growing, diverse nature of its business and illustrates the many types of business technology solutions the company has developed.

    As a Boeing subsidiary, AeroInfo has long been known for its ability to understand and analyze the commercial aviation industry. Projects over the last few years outside of the aviation area have demonstrated AeroInfo employees’ ability to use their experience in other transportation modes.

    With successful business solutions designed and implemented for transportation companies from a wide variety of sectors – energy & resources, commercial aviation, marine and defence – AeroInfo has taken steps to capitalize on its employees in-depth knowledge of information technology, systems development, and transportation industries.

    For more information on the AeroInfo Systems’ recent successful business technology projects or the company’s new web site, please send your inquiry via the Contact Us link