"Software as a Service" (or SaaS) is a software delivery method that provides access to software and its functions remotely as a Web-based service. SaaS provides your personnel with access to AircraftLogs at a fraction of the cost of internally-developed software. Also, because AircraftLogs is Web-based, your company doesn't need to invest in additional hardware. SaaS removes the need for IT organizations to manage software installations and periodic maintenance upgrades.
Historically, aviation software was purchased and installed on your computers. As the Internet grew, those software vendors offered to host your installation on their remote computer, and your team would connect with that remote computer(s). SaaS gives you a better alternative. You simply access AircraftLogs from any device with a browser. The SaaS model has flourished in recent years because of many advantages. Here's what's driving our clients to take advantage of our SaaS solutions:
SaaS applications are available from any computer or any device — any time, anywhere. Because most people are familiar with the Internet, AircraftLogs has a high adoption rates, with a lower learning curve.
AircraftLogs is market-driven. Our expanding client base provides us with a continuous stream of ideas for time-saving features and valuable capabilities. As we enhance the software with these new capabilities, they become available to you.
Because AircraftLogs manages all updates and upgrades, there are no upgrades for you to download or install.
If you utilize our Standard/CUI solution, there are no IT integration efforts required. Once our office configures your solution, you can begin using AircraftLogs after a short training session. If you require our Advanced Operations ("AO") solution, we handle all of the customizations. There’s no new IT infrastructure or installation required. We strongly recommend you involve your IT department in your software selection, but we make it easy for them!
AircraftLogs announced today the first release of its new “Aviation Intelligence” reporting platform, which provides its software clients with unsurpassed data analysis and reporting capabilities. “If there’s one thing that a flight department generates, its data!” said Jordan Pfahl, leader of AircraftLogs BPS service line. “We’ve now made it possible to provide clients with all sorts of analysis. If you’ve captured the data, we can now help you gain further insight about your specific areas of interest.”
AircraftLogs has led the aircraft scheduling market for years with reporting capabilities and performance metrics. “As flight departments have become more sophisticated, more IT-driven, and demanding more data for consumption, we’re giving them that capability” said Andrew Hartley, leader of the AircraftLogs Standard service line. Read More
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