Southwest starts Traxing

Southwest has made the first move to an AirTran technology platform by adopting the Trax enterprise resource system used by AirTran’s maintenance department.

Back in October Southwest  vice president of maintenance and engineering Brian Hirshman told me Southwest was giving Trax a lot of consideration, explaining the “Wizard” platform used by the carrier as an older and constraining technology.

Southwest has opted for Trax, and the company is proudly showcasing the choice here at the RAA annual convention in Nashville.

Trax says the project has a two-year implementation timeline.


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