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AicraftIT to launch an iPad App developed by Conduce Software

27/09/2011

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Conduce Software are delighted to announce that we have been selected to develop an iPad app to complement the vendor neutral aviation IT website AircraftIT. AircraftIT, which was launched earlier this year as a spin-off of the highly successful series of Aviation MRO & Operations IT Conferences is the brainchild of Aircraft Commerce’s Ed Haskey and was developed by Conduce Software’s sister company Dreamscape Design. Having analysed the amount of visitors accessing the website with iPads it made perfect sense to provide an app with optimised content that would allow for offline access to media and resources that the website provides to its users.

The first version of the app will allow users to download and view the MRO and Operations eJournals which are published every two months. Future versions shall include access to the weekly software demonstration webinars and much more besides.

Ed Haskey the founder of AircraftIT said: “It seems that everyone in aviation is talking about iPads. Visitors to the AircraftIT website are using iPads, they are looking for iPad apps, they are finding our website by searching for iPads and whenever there is a software demo of an iPad app there is a marked upturn in visitor numbers. It makes perfect sense to cater for that demand and release an iPad app of our own. With more and more airlines equipping their staff with iPads we hope that our app will be one of the first apps to be on their download list.”

Conduce Software who have developed a number of aviation specific apps for iPhone and iPad advised AircraftIT to adopt a phased approach to development and release to allow for a rapid deployment of an initially small but useful app which would be able to build a following as future versions and features are released. AircraftIT for iPad is being planned for launch as a free app on Apple’s iTunes App Store later this year.

For more information about AircraftIT please visit www.aircraftIT.com

To find out more about Conduce Software please visit http://www.conduce.net/Software/

For more information please contact Paul Saunders

Tel: +44 333 888 4044

Email: paul.saunders@conduce.net