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Flightdocs, the leading provider of cloud-based aircraft maintenance tracking, compliance, and inventory management services, announced on May 8 the establishment of a new technology center. The 6,200-square-foot facility houses nearly 40 developers and other technology experts, and became operational this month.
The technology center team is focused on enhancing features and functionality of existing Flightdocs products and developing customized, flexible, highly secure solutions to meet the specific needs of individual customers and organizations, according to Rick Heine, chief executive officer of Flightdocs.
“This ability to develop secure, custom solutions in a rapid-response environment distinguishes Flightdocs from competitive offerings,” Heine said. “Businesses that are specialized need specialized tools. By investing in this new technology center, we are assuring that customers will get exactly the right products to meet the needs of their operations with no concerns that data or service will ever be lost or interrupted.”
In addition, the technology center’s Southwest Florida location is adjacent to abundant technology resources and talent.
“The local universities have substantial information technology and engineering programs where we recruit students for our intern-development program,” Heine said. “This allows us to cultivate our own talent by having interns grow their skills under the direction of our software engineers. The resulting team of innovative thinkers and problem-solvers continually allows Flightdocs to advance its technological mission here in the U.S.”
Flightdocs is backed by a team that is available around-the-clock 365 days a year, with a guarantee that callers will always reach a live analyst and never an answering service or voicemail.