Aviatize, the all-in-one software platform for general aviation, has announced that five US operators signed on to the Aviatize Suite following the opening of their new US office.
The Aviatize suite is a unique product for general aviation. The customisable all-in-one system for flight schools, maintenance organisations, charter operators and private aircraft owners is a platform to centralise process management for those who otherwise require multiple separate applications and use software not specifically developed and adapted for general aviation such as airline software or are using spreadsheets.
Aviatize recently opened a US office in Scottsdale, AZ headed by Dominiek De Roo, former FTO General Manager and Head of Training Performance at CAE Phoenix – Aviation Academy, AZ.
Dominiek De Roo said: “Arizona hosts some of the most active general aviation US airports here in the Phoenix metropolitan area. I am excited to lead the US Aviatize operations and hereby empower aircraft owners, operators and maintenance organisations to focus on operational excellence, safety and compliance through real-time data analysis. I am proud to say that we are hitting the ground running with our cutting edge Aviatize platform – the uptake and interest has been fantastic.”
CEO Tom Verbruggen said: “The successful introduction of Aviatize on the US market during the Reno Air Races last year energized us to be closer to our customers. Dominiek has the experience and capability to continue delivering on Aviatize’s promise of providing sophisticated software wrapped in a user-friendly experience. His work has already yielded benefits to the company and our clients.”
The Palm Springs Air Museum, SunWest Aviation, Paragon Airways, RebuildRescue and LeMAC Aviation from Mesa, AZ all will integrate Aviatize into their Flight and Maintenance operations to have a single user-friendly platform for all applications.
Fred Bell, Vice-Chairman of the Palm Springs Air Museum, said: “As one of the largest Warbird Operators in the United States, we are very excited to take advantage of this revolutionary software to improve our operations.”
To further kick off the launch in the US, Aviatize will be at the world’s largest airshow – EAA AirVenture Oshkosh – from July 24-30.
Verbruggen said: “I am looking very much forward to Oshkosh – a childhood’s dream is coming true! We are happy to demonstrate our newest features for private aircraft owners, flight schools and maintenance facilities and look forward to being part of this celebration of General Aviation.”
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