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Centrik gives CAAi support on NAA certification

Posted 15 September 2017 · Add Comment

CAA International (CAAi) has signed Centrik to help deliver the operational management of a key programme of Air Operator certification support to a large-scale international National Aviation Authority (NAA).



Rob Erskine (right), Head of International Operations, CAAi, said: “The work we are doing with this NAA has been significantly enhanced with the use of Centrik; helping to effectively manage complex processes and data, including audit and oversight findings.”

CAAi has found the system powerful and intuitive, with users in a variety of roles having remote access, who are able to file findings and audit processes quickly and easily.

Matthew Margesson, Head of International Development, CAAi, said: “Centrik makes operational management more efficient because it brings relevant programme information and processes into one central location. It gives us a single source of truth, with a full audit trail. It’s well-considered and designed, which lets us address high-stake requirements securely and easily.”

Centrik provides complete operational management for aviation-related businesses and authorities alike. Its highly configurable nature allows operators to effectively evidence processes, while NAAs can use the system to manage all elements of their jurisdiction.

In particular, the system is very effective for NAAs and Operators that take a forward-thinking approach to the centralisation of process and data, underpinning effective risk-based decision making. This is thanks to Centrik’s ability to easily demonstrate compliance and share information according to operator requirements. 


 

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