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August 22 2007

Contact: Ken Stephen

Phone:  250-655-3220

Fax:  250-655-3270

E-mail: ken@genavsystems.com

 

GenAv Systems to unveil newest Flight Office Version 3.0 at the UAA Fall Conference in San José, CA October 17 – 20, 2007

 

San José, CA, August 22, 2007 -- GenAv Systems, a world leader in aviation scheduling software solutions, today announced its upcoming participation in the University Aviation Association ’s UAA Fall Conference 2007. During the conference, GenAv President Stephane Way will be unveiling to fellow UAA members the long-anticipated Flight Office Version 3.0. “Advances enabling users to do more but click less, that’s been our focus with 3.0,” says Way. “Together with the expansion of our product line to offer more affordable scheduling solutions to flight schools of all sizes, Version 3.0 is set to take the aviation industry by storm.”

Version 3.0 boasts huge advances over its predecessor, with developments such as high-efficiency screen real-estate utilization; created with the recent popularity of widescreen monitors, the ability to simultaneously view multiple resources, easier installs/upgrades, secure backup/restore functions , improved “Audit-Trail” activity reporting, and much more. To keep flight school staff informed and capable, Version 3.0 also includes the newly redesigned help file, which has been updated to provide the best solutions for any Flight Office question. Flight Office draws ever nearer to the vision seen by Mr Way when he set out over eight years ago, a vision first shared with the general aviation world when Flight Office hit the market in the fall of 2001. 

 

 

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