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Aviation Safety Software SMS Pro™ Lite Finished But Replacement Coming

For two years, airports, airlines, MROs and flight schools were allowed to use a "Lite" version of Aviation Safety Software SMS Pro™ for free. During those two years, over 880 companies signed up with 550 safety portals created.

PRLog - Jan. 1, 2013 - ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- Aviation safety software SMS Pro™ (http://www.asms-pro.com) had a very popular "Lite" version that was offered for free for two years.

During those two years, over 880 companies signed up to use the free aviation safety system software. In the aviation industry, most aviation service providers are required by international law (ICAO) to implement a formal aviation safety management system (SMS).

These aviation SMS requirements presented a burden for all companies, especially since the requirements were often ill-defined. SMS Pro™ was the first aviation safety software to address these requirements by offering airlines and airports a Web based tool to manage their aviation safety programs.

Current SMS Pro™ Lite users can continue to use their subscriptions indefinitely. New Lite subscriptions have been halted as noted on http://www.asms-pro.com.

Lead safety technology expert Roman Mikheev states that "we can produce a better offering by providing the entire product for a very low fee." It is expected that SMS Pro™ will offer another aviation safety software product offering in late December 2012. See http://www.aviation-sms.com for details.

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