Airport Improvement Magazine recently published an article about Nantucket Memorial Airport’s transition from paper to our cloud-based platform, Veoci. Nantucket Memorial Airport signed on with us in 2015 and uses our system for a wide range of processes—from fueling aircrafts all the way to processing employee vacation time.
The article underscores a larger pattern of airports switching over to computer-based systems for managing their Part 139 operations, airfield assets, properties, and emergency preparation and response methods. Veoci employees have noticed the increase in demand as the number of participants in our airport webinars has really taken off, along with the number of responses to requests for information. What seems to attract many airport managers, executives, and operations staff to Veoci is the customizability and flexibility of the platform. Due to the recent increase in customers in the aviation sector, we have added two new employees who embody the flexibility and versatility of the platform.
Our newest Solution Engineer, Alex Nguyen, comes from Lakeland Regional Airport where he led the implementation of Veoci as an Operations Specialist. Alex graduated from Florida Institute of Technology where he studied Aviation Operations and received his Commercial Multi-Engine Pilot certificate. He also received a Masters of Business Administration from Florida Southern College. Alex displayed his creativity and inventiveness by operationalizing and managing Lakeland Regional Airport’s mowing schedules using Veoci, another solution that Airport Improvement Magazine has featured. Veoci for mowing management processes has since become a best practice for other airports to follow suit. Alex’s multifaceted experience in the intersection of business, aviation, and technology is exactly what our platform is all about!
Our newest aviation Account Executive, Vinny Jessel, also brings an interdisciplinary set of skills to the team. Vinny is a recent graduate of Skidmore college where he studied Psychology and the Liberal Arts. He worked as a Research Assistant for a clinical and developmental psychologist for number of years gaining valuable quantitative analytical skills, while refining his writing and interpersonal skills. Vinny also attended Jacksonville University where he studied Aviation Operations and received a private pilot’s license and instrument rating.
Vinny and Alex hope meet Veoci customer’s needs and bring forward new and innovative ideas to help airports function safely and smoothly.