5-Feb-2010 Source: SkyBooks
SkyBooks, Inc., a Textron, Inc. (NYSE: TXT) company and innovator in Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) for flight operations and aircraft maintenance compliance, will be providing an Electronic Record Keeping and Document Control presentation at Heli-Expo.
The presentation will discuss FAA recordation requirements, the most common errors found with existing systems and the benefits of a Web-based electronic record keeping program. Participants will learn from industry experts the actions required to gain FAA approval to use Electronic Maintenance Tracking systems.
“Maintenance tracking errors jeopardize safety and can be costly. Investing the time to learn how to reduce record keeping error rates is well worth it,” said SkyBOOKS Chief Operating Officer John Willis.
The presentation will be held at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Room 360D, Monday, February 22, 11 am – Noon. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions about electronic record keeping from the experts and share electronic record keeping needs to help design future solutions.
About SkyBOOKS Inc
SkyBOOKS Inc., based in Jacksonville, Fla., is a Textron Aviation Management Solution Software-as-a-Service provider. It provides analyst-supported, Web-based aviation solutions to corporate and government flight operations to users around the world via its own highly-secure Tier 4 data center. SkyBOOKS manages the information processing requirements for any size rotary- and fixed-wing business aviation operation over the internet on a subscription basis. More information is available at www.SkyBOOKS.com or email us at email@example.com.
About Bell Helicopter
Bell Helicopter, a wholly owned subsidiary of Textron Inc., is an industry-leading producer of commercial and military, manned and unmanned vertical lift aircraft and the pioneer of the revolutionary tilt rotor aircraft. Globally recognized for world-class customer service, innovation and superior quality, Bell’s global workforce serves customers flying Bell aircraft in more than 120 countries.