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Different Types of Airline Document Management Systems

Different Types of Airline Document Management Systems
Date:
7 Mar 2019
Airlines have specific requirements when it comes to their mission-critical documents and manuals - and that means needing the right type of document management process and system in place to help them achieve that. Some airlines still opt for paper processes, but as more organisations are going digital, paper poses some obvious drawbacks such as: Lack of control over content and versions Struggling to find the right content at the right time Higher fuel costs by carrying paper Annotations and personalisations not able to survive revisions Increased risk in human error Increased risk in security threats

Benefits of a DocuNet Distribution Platform

Benefits of a DocuNet Distribution Platform
Date:
18 Feb 2019
The DocuNet distribution platform is a publishing and distribution platform which is self-managed, for non-structured documents like PDFs. It allows airlines to manage documents and control all content and distribution via a single, user-friendly and scalable system. Documents are uploaded on the platform and automatically converted into ‘intelligent PDFs’ to then be published and distributed.

Which DocuNet Service is Right for Your Airline?

Which DocuNet Service is Right for Your Airline?
Date:
15 Feb 2019
A modern airline document management system should be comprised of multiple, but distinct parts that all align together to ensure an efficient and cost-effective process. As such, your chosen system should also be able to meet an airline’s requirements, simplify their workflow process and diminish costs and risks - something which Vistair’s DocuNet is able to achieve. Airline organisations are on an evolutionary journey with their document management processes, which is why we offer two services to support this. DocuNet has been developed to offer a level of flexibility that isn’t offered by other suppliers and aims to provide airlines with more control over their mission-critical documents. Read the rest of the article to learn more about each service and find out which one is the right one for your airline.

Selection Considerations For an Aviation Document Management System

Selection Considerations For an Aviation Document Management System
Date:
13 Feb 2019
The selection criteria for an aviation document management system (DMS) can be many and varied but there are a number of key elements that must be taken into consideration when looking to improve an airline’s processes in this important area.

How to maintain currency, compliance, consistency and oversight in an Aviation Document Management System

How to maintain currency, compliance, consistency and oversight in an Aviation Document Management System
Date:
11 Feb 2019
Once a complete set of manuals has been approved and distributed, airlines need to ensure that they remain current, comply with regulations and there is oversight on changes required. In addition, consistency is a key aspect of the process as this ensures both ease of viewing but, of importance, ease of change. An aviation document management process never stops and indeed cannot afford to remain static such is the fast-moving nature of an airline organisation.

Retaining Airline Document Management Control

Retaining Airline Document Management Control
Date:
27 Dec 2018
Document management can pose a number of different operational efficiency, safety and compliance challenges for airlines. One such challenge that airlines often consider is how to retain full management and editorial control of their mission-critical documents. Airlines must be able to effectively update and maintain the standard of their documents on a regular basis. This is in keeping with various regulations including EU-OPS and Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs). Additionally, they must have complete trust in the editing, publishing and distribution process.

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