Bombardier Allies With Camp Systems
Meanwhile, the rest of the industry went about its business. Bombardier hooked up with CAMP Systems in a move designed to allow CAMP to assume responsibility for providing maintenance-tracking services for Bombardier business jets. CAMP will provide service for more than 700 Bombardier business aircraft currently enrolled in Bombardier’s in-house Computer Integrated Maintenance Management System (CIMMS); the company will retain Bombardier teams of CIMMS specialists in Wichita and Montréal, and will offer extensive training seminars at locations worldwide to help familiarize customers and operators with its maintenance-tracking systems. Bombardier developed CIMMS in 1994 as an extensive maintenance programming and inventory record-tracking service for all Bombardier-built business jets. "We’re confident that we will offer the high level of technical and product expertise that customers have come to expect from Bombardier Aerospace," said Ken Grey, president of CAMP Systems. CAMP has been providing computerized maintenance tracking services for the business aviation market for over 35 years.