HOW TO IMPROVE AIRLINE OPERATIONS WITH A DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

| March 15, 2018

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Airlines are one of many organisations in the transport industry that are keen to keep up with new and emerging technologies - both passenger-facing and internal. One of the most important technologies airlines should already be embracing is the digitisation of their OEM manuals and other documentation.After all, why carry a plane-load of documents around for every flight when you can simply access them at your fingertips at the touch of a button or search bar? Having your airline's documents available in the cloud can have several benefits including:Saving money on aircraft fuel due to cutting down on paper manuals.

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