Porter in Toronto signs for Crew Analytics

By | General

Porter Airlines who operate out of Billy Bishop Airport signed up for Rainmaker Crew Analytics in September 2017 and have been using the system to manage crew costs and productivity since November 2017. The system provides a broad range of performance metrics that are displayed at the highest level as a series of dashboards all the way to hundreds of pre-calculated measures that can be accessed flexibly by OLAP cube technology.

May 2017 Trans States Holdings goes live with Crew Pay Manager

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Trans States, Compass and GoJet go live with Rainmaker Crew Pay Manager providing a fully automated pay solution for all Pilots and Flight Attendants. This project automates processing for 6 collective labour agreements with full integration to the Lufthansa Netline Crew and Ops++ CMS. The system went live on time and within budget for all three airlines at the same time as the culmination of a 6 month implementation project.

Seabury Human Capital purchases minority interest in Rainmaker

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Seabury Group (“Seabury”), a leading global advisory and professional services firm, announced today that Seabury Human Capital LLC (“SHC”) has purchased a minority interest in Ireland-based Rainmaker Business Technologies Limited, with an option to purchase a majority stake from Investec Ventures Ireland Limited. Through its investment, SHC will lead the sales and market expansion of Rainmaker’s existing products and services through Seabury’s global sales, marketing, and distribution channels.

Read more in the offical press release: Seabury Human Capital Invests in Rainmaker_17May2016

New crew pay rules for CityJet Nordic base

By | Customers

CityJet recently established a new base in Helsinki, Finland. This required a new crew pay contract for crewmembers operating out of Helsinki. CityJet asked Rainmaker to implement the new crew pay rule set in time for payment of the first full month of flight operations.

The analysis of the pay rules began in February 2016. Implementation and testing was carried out over an 8 week period. The new rule set went live at the beginning of May 2016, ready for the first payroll run for Helsinki crew.