Alitalia signed contract with CrossConsense to implement the CROSSMOS® eTLB. The decision to implement an electronic techlog is part of the process of “paperless maintenance” and the reason for Alitalia for heading towards paperless maintenance is not only saving paper, environmental resources, time and money but also to accelerate the provision and transmission of information.
Thanks to the new agreement signed with CrossConsense, Alitalia will be able to save more than 10 tons of paper every year, with a significant reduction of the effects of the environmental impact. Furthermore, the CROSSMOS eTLB solution implemented by the airline will facilitate and accelerate analysis, transmission and share of crucial information in the maintenance processes.
The reason for deciding in favour of CROSSMOS was the fully functional bi-directional interface to the maintenance backend system of the Alitalia group as well as the open and honest negotiations during the decision process.
Alitalia had a clear vision in mind when it decided to move forward with the “Paperless maintenance” process: in order to pursue efficiency and effectiveness in every single maintenance process, eTLB was a mandatory step and the best solution to implement a real “paperless maintenance”. The airline did also a hard work thinking in particular at its internal process re-engineering and, above all, at changing everyone’s mental approach in order to adapt to the new optimized business processes.
In 2018, CrossConsense reached an agreement that fully transitioned the intellectual property rights and trademark for the CROSSMOS® product over to Boeing. Boeing has used CROSSMOS® as the foundation for building their new Boeing Mobile Logbook product. For more information about the Boeing mobile logbook visit: https://services.boeing.com/maintenance-engineering/maintenance-optimization/boeing-mobile-logbook