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BONITA SPRINGS, Florida – January 15, 2018 — Flightdocs, the leading provider of cloud-based aircraft maintenance tracking, compliance, and inventory management services today announced that Lee Brewster has joined the company as Director of Customer Solutions.
“Flightdocs is a dynamic and professional organization devoted to helping industry professionals,” Brewster said. “I couldn’t be happier about this exciting new opportunity with a rapidly growing company that shares my passion for an unwavering focus on its customer commitment.” She serves on the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Maintenance Committee and was most recently Product Sales Manager for FlightSafety International’s maintenance training programs. Brewster has nearly 20 years of industry experience.
“We experienced explosive growth in 2017 and expect similar results in 2018,” said Ted Rudich, Executive Vice President of Flightdocs. “Talented and seasoned professionals like Lee allow us to continuously exceed customer expectations in a fast-paced and evolving industry.”
Flightdocs provides mission-critical, cloud-based maintenance, compliance, and inventory management Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions to the aviation industry. The company’s solutions help aircraft owners and operators track and manage the maintenance and airworthiness of their aircraft, comply with rigorous safety rules and regulatory guidelines, reduce costs, mitigate risks, and minimize asset downtime. Flightdocs’ customers include Fortune 1000 corporate flight departments, air charters, air medical providers, fractional aircraft operators, government agencies, and regional carriers. Headquartered in Bonita Springs, Florida, Flightdocs has been serving the aviation industry for over 15 years.