European Airline Training Symposium (EATS), Madrid, Spain, Nov 6, 2018− Britannica Knowledge Systems is unveiling a new approach that facilitates access for every airline, flight school and training provider to the sophisticated algorithm-based Fox training management system.
Designed to manage training for pilots, cabin crew, maintenance and ground crew, Fox has been recognized as the leading solution for large training operations, including American Airlines, ANA, Boeing, LATAM and United Airlines. Fox’s packages provide all the training management functionality that large, medium and small operations need. This includes managing planning and scheduling, instructional devices and other training resources, instructors, qualification and compliance, recordkeeping, training development, learning and testing, performance evaluation, and analytics.
Large to small customers will also benefit from Fox’s user-friendly self-management tools for data entry, migration and self-integration.
The new approach puts Fox more in reach for smaller organizations due to the addition of shared cloud hosting, quick and easy onboarding tools, and preconfigured, structured business process solutions.
“Training organizations no longer have to sacrifice or prioritize functionality due to cost.” said Asher Dagan, Britannica’s VP Product & Marketing. “Our new approach decreases system expense with improved productivity and workflow that delivers a real ROI.”
With commitment to customer success, Britannica also now offers enriched educational courses, support package choices, and a dedicated on-call technical expert. Essential to the continually on-the-go aviation industry, Fox is fully operational from a mobile device. Current and new customers will enjoy its easy-to-use web-based tools that enable day-to-day task execution from any device, with minimal clicks and easy navigation. Push alerts and notifications keep users updated with task and schedule changes, while enriched offline capabilities allow users to continue to complete training, learning and evaluations when the internet is out of reach.