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ARGUS Releases Big Data Manager for Fleet Operators

Personalized Analytics and Operations Overview 

Stakeholders looking to get the bigger picture of their day to day operations may find Argus International’s new release intriguing.

ClearView is a benchmarking and analysis tool made to convert worldwide fleet data into targeted, organized blocks that assist stakeholders in optimizing their operations, whether they are charter companies, MROs, FBOs, fuellers, OEMS, fractional operators, or aviation service providers. 

The Argus team sought to bring the same “big data” analytics and performance tracking that other industries use every day. Working with industry clients to specifically design, build, and launch a software tool that works organically as an aviation asset. Mike McCready, Senior Vice President, described the software as being “designed by the industry for the industry.” 

Argus proudly touts interactive benchmarking, filter logic, dynamic flight mapping, and data integrity monitoring to aid customers as they analyze the market. By benchmarking large quantities of data, customers can optimise aircraft utilization, market share, and growth opportunities that could otherwise go unappreciated. 

Argus says ClearView is the “right solution for those who need a clear view of their data as compared to the aviation industry.” Unlike a one-size-fits-all business software suite, ClearView can compare data against real world aviation benchmarks.

Filter logic enables a user to narrow down a specific data point to aircraft type, category, time period, operational category, airport, or fleet. 

Launch customer MRO Duncan Aviation, has found it helpful in expanding their potential market. Kent Kuta, Market Research Supervisor said: "ClearView provides several views into the business aviation market that are unlike any other product we have seen to this point and it provides insight into new sections of the market that we previously thought were unattainable."



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