Four Ways That Skylegs Adapts to Your Aviation Business
Every business is unique. Each company has their own needs, and for this reason there is no one-size-fits-all online platform. Skylegs, as an aviation software development company, is aware of that, thus one of our main principles is flexibility. Aircraft operators located around the world that work with Skylegs choose the modules and features that are necessary, and build the workspace according on their own standards. Most of this set up is self-service, which gives freedom to account administrators to do it themselves.
What makes Skylegs a flexible platform?
- The ability of operators to cherry-pick the modules they wish to subscribe to.
- The multi-environment capability of Skylegs.
- The category management function, which allows the organisation to use their own terminology across the platform
- The roles management feature, that grants the company the power to set up the access rights of users.
Firstly, the method of platform subscription: You can opt to use one of the pre-defined packages for commercial, private or specialised aircraft operators. They are the Mach, the EFB or the Safety package. If none of these packages suits your company’s needs, you are able to cherry-pick the modules and features that are necessary, and you will customise your own pack. In any case, you are eligible for a free trial.
Once the subscription package is chosen, you will define if your organisation needs multiple environments. This is a good solution in case different company branches or locations require separate workspaces. It is also useful, for instance, for companies that belong to a group, or organisations with independent subs-charter or dispatch departments. In addition, we may activate or not the data sharing between environments.
Another particular trait of Skylegs platform is that it allows departments to use their own terminology. The users can give names and titles to: flight and activities categories, roster elements, crew qualifications, quote products and many others. Operators do not need to adapt to the nomenclature of the system; they create their own terms. Ultimately, users feel home.
Besides the terminology, you can can also configure user roles and rights according to the organisation structure; and one person can have multiple roles. The rights are totally customisable; they go far and are divided per module, sections and actions. Not to mention that you can restrict the access of these roles per aircraft types, aircraft registrations and/or per specific clients.
These are the prime features that make Skylegs adaptable to each company. It gives power to the user, so they can configure it according to their own requisites. To learn more about our aviation software development service, click the button below.