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Why Aviation Document Management helps Airlines support a reduced CASM

Why Aviation Document Management helps Airlines support a reduced CASM
Date:
27 Nov 2019
Aviation document management is one specific area of airline operational management that can help to reduce the cost per available seat mile (‘CASM’). An aviation document management system (DMS) that is built and supported by experts in data management with almost instant accessibility across every document you have can have a direct impact on the cost of operations.

Improve Airline Operational Efficiency By 0.5% Per Annum

Improve Airline Operational Efficiency By 0.5% Per Annum
Date:
23 Sep 2019
Former VP of Flight Operations of JetBlue and System Chief Pilot at American Airlines, believes an airline’s operational efficiency can be improved through a modern end-to-end document management solution. Download a copy of this article or read more....

Have you lost control of your document management?

Have you lost control of your document management?
Date:
4 Jul 2019
Airline document management is a cumbersome process, but it’s not without its challenges. For instance, having a lack of process can mean managing mission-critical documents and manuals can start to go amiss and can be hard to gain back control. In this article, we take a look at some of the ways that good document management software can do to help you take back control and keep the cogs turning smoothly. Read on to learn more.

How airline document management can support collaboration

How airline document management can support collaboration
Date:
24 Jun 2019
It is essential for all carriers to have airline document management that supports collaboration across flight operations and ground operations. Technical publications are becoming much more complex and subject to constant revision which puts increasing pressure on publishing teams to deliver up-to-date documents. Additionally, to ensure compliance, carriers are subject to a number of regulatory and internal audits, including FAA, EASA and IOSA audits - where airlines are required to complete and document complex audits. This kind of process can take its toll on resources - for instance, for one IOSA audit, it might require three or more employees to dedicate a number of weeks solely on managing and editing documents to prepare. Not only might this cause a staff shortage in other areas of the organisation, but it can impact utility as well as potentially halting operations if deadlines are missed. However, with the right document management processes, you could actually build a more collaborative way of working. Read the rest of the article to learn how.

7 problems great airline document management systems solve

7 problems great airline document management systems solve
Date:
31 May 2019
Great airline document management systems boost safety, efficiency and compliance. Managing mission-critical airline documents can become overwhelming for flight operations publishing teams if an effective system isn't in place. If you’re not using a document management system or your processes aren’t quite up to scratch carefully consider what would help. In this article, we look at the benefits of document management systems and the different kinds of problems the right one can help solve for publishing managers. Read the article below to learn seven ways that document management systems can help.

The value of aviation-specific technology for your document management

The value of aviation-specific technology for your document management
Date:
22 Mar 2019
Technology has been one of the biggest driving factors for the airline industry of late - from improving efficiency to increasing compliance and safety. Due to new advancements in technology, such as innovative aviation software solutions like document management systems, have been able to reduce costs and improve operations. As a result, this kind of technology has been the key to better connectivity and enhanced experiences for both airline employees like flight crew as well as passengers .

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