From entry into service through bridging, Oliver Wyman CAVOK optimizes operator maintenance programs through each phase of the fleet’s life cycle.
We influence the profit margins, fleet performance, and reliability for the top air carriers in the global market by optimizing the maintenance program efficiency and effectiveness.
A key function of Continuing Analysis Surveillance System (CASS) is to determine the effectiveness of scheduled maintenance through analysis of the operational and discrepancy data.
Oliver Wyman CAVOK standardized processes and proprietary applications positively complement the administration of an air carrier’s Continuous Airworthiness Maintenance Program (CAMP) functions: initial program development, program updates, enterprise resource planning system support, program assessment, check package optimization, gap analysis, acquisitions, bridging, and work instruction management.
Increasing the maintenance program effectiveness and efficiency results in significant cost savings, increases aircraft availability, while also managing compliance, safety, and removing unnecessary work.
Oliver Wyman CAVOK has adapted these proven aviation Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) philosophies to rail assets to enable data analysis-based adjustments to the maintenance programs for locomotives and other assets that optimize their availability.
Oliver Wyman CAVOK's structure and approach to the project was very good. We could tell quickly that this wasn't their "first rodeo". It gave us confidence in the deliverables and conclusions.Maintenance Program Manager U.S. Private Equity Fund