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Green Charter 2022
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Technology package choice stacks up for Jet Edge
Stack.aero calls its web-based service a ‘central nervous system’ built specifically for the business aviation industry. Having raised $60 million in funding, aircraft management platform Jet Edge is on board.

Jet Edge International (JEI) has chosen Stack.aero to provide the technology foundation on which it will base its future growth plans. Stack's CharterFlow software solution will affect Jet Edge sales, aircraft management, finance and customer/owner relations departments, and provide invaluable data and analytics reporting for senior management.

“CharterFlow will transform our internal processes, provide a powerful sales engine and ‘close the loop’,” a spokesperson for JEI says. Having recently raised $60 million in funding from Solace Capital Partners, JEI is prioritising investment in its internal technology systems.

Stack.aero calls its web-based, automated business operations system a ‘central nervous system’ built specifically for the business aviation industry. The company is working closely with JEI to architect a technology solution, utilising CharterFlow’s flagship integration features, tailored to its specific requirements and heavily integrated with the FOS scheduling system.

Stack.aero CEO Greg Jarrett says: “This partnership further establishes the value of our platform to the business aviation industry, and the product’s ability to integrate scheduling, quoting, ops, finance and CRM systems is a game-changer for operators and flight departments.”

The decision to adopt CharterFlow was also influenced by the fact that the solution is built on Salesforce.com, which Jet Edge says ticked all of its data security, ownership and uptime concerns.

Stack.aero will work with Jet Edge, as it does for its current North American and European customers, from bases in Atlanta and Sydney.

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