Guardian Jet, LLC has released a web-based business aviation tool called Guardian 20/20.
In one of the most challenging times facing the business aviation industry, Guardian 20/20 empowers corporate leaders to more clearly understand the value of their business aviation operations by giving them access to financial and operational dashboards, according to company officials.
When users enter data, such as number of trips flown, specific destinations and passengers, an interface displays the true value that the corporate aviation function provides. Sensitive financial and operational aviation data is secure inside Guardian 20/20, which can be hosted at a user’s location, on a Guardian Jet server or on a secure Web server.
“There’s a new reality in business aviation,” said Mike Dwyer, Guardian Jet president. “Economic conditions, intense government scrutiny and recent negative news about business aviation have forced corporate flight departments to prove their value or eliminate their fleet. Previously, the impact that fleet adjustments have on a company had been hard to quantify. With Guardian 20/20, we’re meeting the challenge facing many of our customers: How to accurately prove the value of their aviation fleet and the potential business impact of change.”
Historically, aviation fleet planning focused on justification. Guardian Jet developed Guardian 20/20 to also assess fleet leverage and the potential impact on the top and bottom lines. For example, when a company flies eight executives to six international locations in five days for customer meetings, Guardian 20/20 can measure that information and determine in quantifiable terms the impact of the trip. Conversely, Guardian 20/20 can determine if one trip or destination has consistently under-delivered in terms of productivity or outcome, improving efficiency relating to fleet utilization.
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