SimHelp concentrates on widening the list of its partners
In order to meet client needs SimHelp continues the ongoing process of networking and development of negotiations and partnerships. During the last month SimHelp had meetings with a number of potential partners which were concluded with the agreements on possible mutual collaboration in the near future.
One of the meetings was held with INTEST, Ltd. an engineering and technical centre of hydraulic systems. Highly skilled engineers of the company provide the after-sale service, maintenance and overhaul repair of the hydraulic servo valves. Companies agreed that mutual collaboration is very possible in the near future.
‘SimHelp took another step in the journey of widening the network of engineering professionals. INTEST, Ltd. has a great experience in engineering and the approach to the business is very similar to SimHelp. The biggest advantages of such repair partner are the flexibility and a time saving factor. It is much easier to do business with such servicing company, rather than reach motion platform manufacturers directly. Furthermore, company is headquartered in Latvia, which is very convenient for part shipment,’ comments SimHelp Manager, Gediminas Talacka.
Meeting with the Synerco SA representative also should be highlighted among the SimHelp activities during past month. Synerco SA is in a partnership with company Virtual Reality Media (VRM) in Slovakia and the Aeronautical Systems Engineering, Inc. (ASE) Switzerland. During the meeting both companies discussed their future business possibilities.
‘SimHelp development ambitions do not end by having partners for a full assortment of simulators’ technical support services. What we want is to add manufacturers to the list of our partners. Synerco is a small manufacturer with the flexibility and innovation which would allow us to enter the market with a new equipment sale, ‘comments SimHelp Manager, Gediminas Talacka.
In the period of upcoming month, SimHelp will continue meeting with other partners in order to be able to fulfil all the needs of the SimHelp clients.
SimHelp continuous its video series
SimHelp presents two new videos, which were created with the help and advice of well known simulation specialist – Vincent Rich from Ostrich Software Ltd.
In the first video Vincent Rich, who has more than 45 years of experience in simulation industry, talks about the TCAS Version 7.1. According to the EASA mandate issued on the December of 2011, this software had to be installed in the new aircrafts and replace old ones in the existing aircrafts.
The second video reveals the current demand for avionic updates, most wanted products, changes in the market due to the post crisis situation and many more.
SimHelp team invites you to visit and subscribe SimHelp YouTube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/SimulatorsHelp to see the current and upcoming videos.
SimHelp presents itself in Asia Pacific
Last month SimHelp, focused on developing business in the Asia Pacific region, held a number of meetings with representatives of various commercial and governmental organizations in Vietnam, Indonesia and Thailand.
‘SimHelp has a strong focus to develop its business in Asia Pacific. We are glad to present our services to all people we met, to meet their interest and hopefully develop business cases in the future. Aviation industry in Asia Pacific is rapidly growing, so the potential for business development is huge, that proves leads which have been received after the visit in this region ’, comments Gediminas Talacka, SimHelp Manager.
Furthermore, during this trip SimHelp attended 1st ASEAN Aviation Training & Education summit 2013 (AATES) hosted in Jakarta.