Centrik is rolling out a radical overhaul of its powerful operational management software, featuring an enhanced user interface and a host of new functionality, further improving the system’s ability to streamline the day-to-day running of any aviation business.
In the most comprehensive remodel of the system to date, Centrik 2018 v4 customers will now benefit from a raft of new features across each of its core modules for AOC holders, Part-NCC, private and corporate operators, airports, National Aviation Authorities, MROs, ATOs and UAS operators. These include the ability to tailor and build full training courses within a dedicated training module, new risk management tools for board-level business risks, as well as the capability to accept and process external safety reports originating from third parties.
Julian Tubb, Director at Centrik, says: “We’ve worked closely with national Regulators using Centrik to understand their plans and requirements for Risk and Performance-Based Regulation. We’ve taken that knowledge and used it to enhance functionality to Centrik. That gives operators who use Centrik a clear operational advantage as they’re instantly ready to comply with a Regulator’s future requirements.”
The development team has created an even cleaner, smoother user interface, featuring a streamlined dashboard which offers intuitive navigation across each of Centrik’s modules.
Five years on from its very first implementation, Centrik now helps more than 16,000 users across the aviation industry – both manned and unmanned – with their operational management. Centrik allows all audits, quality and compliance reports, risk and safety assessments, training schedules, and more to be stored in a fully-integrated, cloud-based system that can be accessed by all members of the team, from anywhere, at any time.
Notes to editor:
Centrik provides complete operational management for the aviation, military, maritime and banking sectors, and helps ensure regulatory compliance. Born from the civil aviation sector, Centrik currently has 5,000 users working in some of the most highly regulated and safety critical industries in the world.