“If there’s one thing that a flight department generates, its data!” said Jordan Pfahl, AircraftLogs BPS Service Line Leader, AircraftLogs
Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) July 02, 2015
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.
Examples of the new reporting ideas available include:
- Analysis of “hard to access” data, such as fuel burns, crew duty, or passenger activity
- Addition of “CEO ready” charts, graphs or reporting packages
- Automatic distribution of scheduled reports – delivered to key members of the your team
The release of Aviation Intelligence takes this capability to a new level, in two phases:
Phase 1 – AircraftLogs can add client-specific analysis, plus charts and graphs in areas selected by a client. These new reports can be added in days, not weeks or months. In addition, existing AircraftLogs users will see a new, reporting tool, with a cleaner layout and faster report generation.
Phase 2 – Will allow clients to request ad hoc reporting capabilities for their designated users. This later phase will allow clients to add their own reports on demand.
“We still have some other tricks up our sleeve” added Pfahl. “We’ve seen lots of data over the years. We can show clients some of the insights they can gain with their data. It helps us guide them on how much data to capture and how they use it. Flight departments might take shortcuts with their flight logs today, for example, but they might lose the ability to gain valuable insight later. We’re helping them with that.”
A 60 second video provides an overview of the AircraftLogs Software. If you'd like to discuss specific areas of data analysis using our Aviation Intelligence tools, please call Jordan Pfahl or Andrew Hartley at 888.359.5647. You can also Request a Software Briefing and we'll contact you with more information.
AircraftLogs provides web-based aircraft scheduling software and aviation data management systems for corporate and private business aircraft. Based in Columbus, Ohio, its software is available on a SaaS basis (Software-as-a-Service). Additional details are available by calling 888-359-5647 or by visiting http://www.AircraftLogs.com. AircraftLogs is also the Platinum sponsor of the NBAA annual tax classes, taught by national experts in aviation tax, law, and regulatory issues and which provides CPE and CLE credits.