Aviation operational management systems provider Centrik has expanded its international reach, after appointing Jerome Sandrone into the role of Spécialiste Aéronautique.
His appointment follows the ongoing transformation of Centrik into a truly multi-language platform – a process that has begun with French, with more languages to follow – meaning the system can now provide full ICAO-compliant operational management in more than one of the organisation’s official working languages.
Centrik has been expertly developed to significantly increase operational efficiency for all aviation businesses. Its modular design allows audits, quality and compliance reports, risk and safety assessments, training schedules, and much more to be managed via a fully-integrated, cloud-based system that can be accessed from anywhere, at any time.
Sandrone will primarily work to develop Centrik’s French-speaking customer base, as well as using his expertise to support the company’s existing European clients. With 20 years’ aviation experience, he has held a number of roles in the industry, from flight operations to senior management positions, most recently as Deputy Safety & Compliance Manager at a large Luxembourg-based AOC.
Sandrone says of his appointment: “Centrik makes every aspect of operational management straightforward, streamlined and efficient. While English is used by the aviation industry for international communication, offering Centrik in French means all team members – including those whose roles might not typically require fluency in English – can confidently and accurately manage, report and track their operations.”
In his new role, Sandrone will provide support and expertise for businesses across the French-speaking world, covering manned and unmanned aviation, as well as the defence and maritime sectors.
“We think this is the first time a company has converted such a complex operational management system like Centrik into a multi-language platform; it’s a move we’re sure will make it even more effective, intuitive and accessible to customers around the world,” adds Sandrone.