Sidney, BC, May 16, 2007 -- For its fourth consecutive year, GenAv Systems has joined the ranks of airline training industry experts for the 2007 World Aviation Training (WATS) Conference and Tradeshow. With each year proving more advanced than the last, 2007 promises to deliver the best of what the industry has to offer. GenAv System’s premier Airline Training Resource Information Manager (TRiM) software promises to be the destination of choice for those looking to streamline their airline training schedules. When asked, why choose WATS for the release of TRiM’s newest updates, GenAv Systems president Stephane Way says, “TRiM is leading the industry in terms of aviation training scheduling software, so it makes sense to join other aviation industry leaders in what promises to be a week of innovation and learning.”
Offering an optional, fully automated scheduling tool, countless man-hours will be saved by those who adopt this leading technology. Designed not by managers or programmers, but by lifetime schedulers, TRiM is said by many to be the quintessential tool for the airline training industry. What used to take days of labour now takes mere hours, cutting costs enormously; and for everyday users of the software, the easy-to-use interface shows the entire day at a glance and allows for simple drag and drop movement of events, students, and instructors. Glenn Kerr, GenAv Systems’ Vice President of Airline Research and Development, says, “With hundreds of hours of input from top airline training managers from WestJet, SkyWest, and others it’s no wonder why I hear comments like, ‘There’s really no other product worth considering.’ from our customers. I feel proud to be a part of the Airline sub-community that has developed among our customers.” With efficiency and high utilization rates in mind, TRiM creates schedules that factor in the needs of the airline while reducing resource wastage and improving the flow of training.
The World Aviation Training Conference and Tradeshow is scheduled for June 12-14 and will be held at Orlando’s newest resort, Rosen Shingle Creek and will display the world’s most state-of-the-art training solutions in its 40,000 square-foot exhibition hall. For more information on how to participate in the world’s largest airline training event, visit www.at-events.com.