Johan Sjöberg, Business Manager Schedaero, reports:
“In 2017 we started growing our teams in Miami and Portland which will allow us to speed up development on a number of key projects in 2018. I’m excited that we will now be able to launch more new features and provide even better service. We have a ton of ideas, but also a massive amount of feedback from our members, that we can now make progress on. We will also be communicating updates to the application more frequently, so that our members can really get the most out of it.”
We’re taking flight operations to the next level in 2018 with these initiatives:
We started development on a CAMP Integration at the end of 2017 and look forward to launching in the spring. This integration saves time by having Schedaero automatically update CAMP with airframe and engine hours, along with updating Schedaero with the next MX due.
Schedaero is strengthening Pilot Compliance capability during 2018. This will be an ongoing initiative throughout the year with multiple releases to ensure Schedaero helps you stay compliant on every flight.
Want to push your Schedaero data to another application? No problem! The first Schedaero API will be available shortly, and further iterations will come during 2018. The first Customer API will be followed by Scheduled Trips and Quotes API’s.
This was an important launch in 2017, and we will keep adding more functionality in 2018. Did you know tasks can now be set up for trips, quotes, pilots and customers? This will ensure you never miss a beat in your operations.
At Schedaero we believe printing, scanning and manually signing a document is something from the past. We have been using Docusign for the past 5 years and it´s been a great time saver. Our Docusign Integration will bring a new level of efficiency to your dispatch process and operational control. Easily track when trip sheets and quotes are sent, received and completed.
We’re looking forward to a great 2018, and we’re keen to hear what you think will be the most important updates!