MRO Insider users can opt for Preferred Facility quote

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MRO Insider has announced that aircraft owner/operators can submit aircraft maintenance requests to specific facilities on demand. Prior to this, users sent requirements out to the MRO Insider network and all facilities matching the needs of the user were notified that a request for quote (RFQ) had been submitted. With the upgraded platform, aircraft owner operators can either choose the MRO Insider facility they would like a quote from, or they can use the previous format by choosing to obtain quotes from multiple providers.

Andy Nixon, Co-founder/vp of sales, explains, “We released this new update to assist the MRO Insider network in expanding their reach on the website. Currently, facilities only receive requests that match their capabilities. After additional focus on our customer needs, we realized there may be users looking for quotes from facilities that they believe may work on their aircraft but currently do not. By creating this direct request feature, the facility can provide a higher level of customer service by acknowledging and responding to a straight forward request that they previously may not have been aware of.”

 

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