SimHelp in 2012
Though SimHelp was established in June, 2012, and is only half a year old, the team has managed to gather a wide circle of partners and clients. At this moment SimHelp works in partnership with about 50 different companies and the network of engineers includes more than 300 industry professionals. Partners reach SimHelp from various countries, including the ‘capital’ of flight simulation industry – United Kingdom, well-developed United States and quickly growing Asian markets.
The accurate marketing steps helped SimHelp to increase its brand awareness up to the worldwide level. Inquiries coming from all continents of the planet totally generated tens of different leads. SimHelp proposals were sent to dozens of different airlines and training centers including such well known aviation industry companies as ATR, EVA Airways, S7 Invest, Utair, JALUX. Range of offered solutions varied from simple spare parts provision up to the full business management.
Furthermore, throughout 2012 SimHelp attended 3 conferences – European Airline Training Symposium (EATS) in Berlin, Germany, Asia Pacific Airline Training Symposium (APATS) in Singapore and well-known in simulation industry – Improving Flight Simulator Engineering and Maintenance (FSEMC) in the USA.
Thanks to the wide network of partners, SimHelp has developed products portfolio which includes 23 different lines of products and services, which price varies from 500 up to 12,000,000 Euros.
SimHelp wants to say a special thank you for all clients and partners who believed in SimHelp and became a vital part of it!
SimHelp involved in Hak Air projects
Gediminas Talacka, SimHelp Manager, and a new team member Darius Miezutavicius (Sales Manager) have recently held a meeting with Capt. Harrison Kuti, Executive President at Hak Air. Hak Air Limited is a Nigerian aircompany, providing scheduled, charter and cargo flights as well as wet and dry lease operations.
The main cause of the meeting was Hak Air’s plans to acquire a full flight simulator as a result of their perspectives on rapid fleet expansion. Representatives have presented and discussed Africa region analysis, showing potential of B737CL and ATR 42/72 simulators’ exploitation. Turnkey solution was discussed in which SimHelp is involved by managing the whole simulator’s implementation project from zero, starting with assessments and finishing with daily technical operations. Series of meetings and conference calls will be made in order to finalize the decision.
SimHelp welcomes a new member
SimHelp is very happy to announce a new member in their team. Darius Miezutavicius entered SimHelp team as a Sales Manager. Experience and background in engineering, valuable experience of sales and business accounting will add additional benefits to SimHelp.
‘SimHelp is happy to add key account sales manager in our team. Darius perfectly represents SimHelp while dealing with customers. Every representative, every sales person and every marketing effort going from our side helps us to be well-known among the clients and assure them with the best solution. SimHelp grants proficient solutions – for this we were looking for the right manager. Darius is already here’, said SimHelp Manager Gediminas Talacka.