Vistair Systems, a leader in the development of aviation management software, has released a major upgrade to its document management solution, DocuNet, with the introduction of its new dynamic forms builder.
Available online and offline on all platforms including iOS, Windows and Android, DocuNet Forms has been developed to deliveran entire Form life-cycle within DocuNet, enabling users to create, customise and publish forms, in a matter of minutes.
This new development delivers additional time and operational efficiencies to users and facilitates streamlined and efficient processes that enhance safety and improve communication between departments.
As part of the upgrade, users can now benefit from a flexible and intuitive form builder that offers a rich feature-set to create forms across all operational needs, without the requirement for any technical expertise.
DocuNet Forms can replicate data collection processes, whether currently conducted on paper or digitally.
Additional features such as drag and drop functionality, branching logic andconditional sections, makes it easy and simple to create forms that are tailored specifically to operational needs. Of importance, there is the additional ability to demonstrate a real time audit trail to ensure all procedures are transparent and auditable.
David Hedley, CTO at Vistair comments: “The functionality of our DocuNet technology continues to advance at a rapid pace. Innovation and developments are key, and we are driven by both customer and industry requirements which ensures that the system is continually refined to perfectly meet operational needs. This latest development allows airlines to streamline data collection processes with ease to drive digital transformation even further”.
Combining both software and service, DocuNet is the aviation industry’s leading airline document management solution, capable of delivering your operational library and all mission-critical content across all platforms, including complex XML manuals from Airbus and Boeing as well as Bombardier and Embraer fleets.