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MMIR Auto-notification Upgraded

April 1, 2008, Alexandria, VA – HAI Maintenance Malfunction Information Report system is a web-based program that lets users research part failure reports, submit Service Difficulty Reports, complete warranty claim forms, and track part malfunctions.


April 1, 2008
By Corrie


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April 1, 2008, Alexandria, VA – Helicopter Association International’s (HAI) Maintenance Malfunction Information Report (MMIR) system is a feature-rich, web-based program (www.mmir.com ) that lets users research part failure reports, submit Service Difficulty Reports, complete warranty claim forms, and track part malfunctions for internal company use.  MMIR is a free service to the aviation maintenance community.

HAI has recently enhanced the Auto-notification of New Reports feature of MMIR.  Auto-notification of New Reports is an option that sends full-access users (i.e., those that submit reports) an e-mail alerting them whenever MMIR receives a new report on a similar model aircraft in their inventory. For example, if you own a Bell 206B3, and have enabled MMIR auto-notification, you will receive an e-mail alert when another MMIR user has submitted a parts malfunction report via MMIR on their Bell 206B model.

Now, when MMIR sends an auto-notification message, the report itself is included in the e-mail. The report is identical to the results you would receive by logging on to MMIR and running a standard analysis query.  Submitter identification information has been removed, but relevant part failure information is included.  This enhancement to MMIR saves the recipient from having to separately log on and run a query.

To all full-access users of MMIR, thanks for making aviation safer.  For more details or to register for the program, visit www.mmir.com .

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