Evoke sign new contracts with Ryanair and Jet2.com to provide their market leading EFOS Training Management System
27 Sep 2019
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Jet2.com has signed a new 5 year agreement with Evoke Systems to continue supplying Jet2.com with the well-established EFOS platform (Evoke’s sophisticated Flight Operations software), and its diverse suite of modules used across all Jet2.com operational teams. Having worked closely together for over 10 years, the EFOS Training Records Management System has enabled Jet2.com to achieve ATQP status. This new agreement will provide Jet2.com with Evoke’s latest modules and software for Jet2.com’s training records, qualification and course management tracking requirements, as well as providing future opportunities to work together in other areas of the business. Ryanair have also signed a new agreement with Evoke Systems to continue supplying them with the well-established EFOS platform (Evoke’s sophisticated Flight Operations software) and its diverse suite of modules. Having worked closely together over the past two years improving the EFOS Training Records and Qualification Management System, the new contract will enable Ryanair to manage all of its training records for Pilots and Cabin crew in one place. This new agreement will provide Ryanair with Evoke’s latest course management, qualifications and role profile management capability, on web and iPad, as well as providing future opportunities to work together in other areas of the training department. With both airlines, sophisticated data integrations have been built to maximise data flow between the training management system and the rostering system, using the considerable expertise of Evoke in data design. This integration enables sophisticated commercial and training performance analysis to be undertaken to provide automated key performance reporting and specific data enquiry analysis.