Skyzen Review - why 3.6 stars?

Skyzen Review
ITQlick Score: 86/100
ITQlick Rating: (3.6/5)
Pricing: 4/10 - average cost
Category: Aviation Maintenance -> Skyzen
Ranking:Ranked 17 out of 98 Aviation Maintenance systems
Company: Skyzen
Pricing: starts at $29.24 per user/month
Typical customers: Small, medium and large size businesses
Platforms: Mobile, Cloud
Links: Skyzen pricing, Skyzen alternatives

Shlomi LaviShlomi Lavi / updated: Sep 12, 2022

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What is Skyzen and its features?

Skyzen increases safety by sending you email notifications when your aircraft have to do maintenance and selecting all the operations which have to be performed at the next maintenance.

What is Skyzen rating?

The rating of Skyzen is 3.6 stars out of 5 and the total score is 86 out of 100. The rating score is based on our unbiased data-based algo. Learn more - rating methodology page.

Who uses Skyzen?

The typical customers include the following business size: Small, medium and large size businesses.

Is it easy to use?

Yes, Skyzen makes it fairly easy to use. This product is user friendly and intuitive.

Is Skyzen cloud-based?

Yes, they offer cloud based hosting, which means IT resources are retrieved through web-based tools and applications and you don't need to buy servers and additional hardware equipment.

Can it be used on mobile?

Yes, you can access Skyzen on your mobile/smart phone.

Is Skyzen the best Aviation Maintenance system?

Skyzen is ranked 17 out of 98 software in their category (Aviation Maintenance systems).

What are Skyzen's pros? (3 Pros)

  • Skyzen creates inspection documentation that is ready for completion. (Launch Report, CRS, and so forth.)
  • With Skyzen, mechanics can finish the procedures they undertake during the inspection
  • Users can manage their mechanics and workshops across many locations

What are Skyzen's cons? (1 cons)

  • When compared to competitors, support channels are limited

Who are their main alternatives?

Skyzen vs. Airline Suite

Skyzen and Airline Suite include features such as Maintenance Management and Creating/Importing Flight Logs/Technical logbooks. Skyzen offers features such as Inspection History, Cost Monitoring, and Regulatory Compliance that Airline Suite does not. Airline Suite, but not Skyzen, offers features such as time and labor savings, extensive reporting capabilities, and budget forecasting.

While the licensing fee for Airline Suite is not specified, that for Skyzen begins at €25 per month. Whereas Skyzen is an aviation maintenance system hosted in the cloud, Airline Suite is not. On-premise versions of Airline Suite are available for Windows and Linux. Skyzen is made for GA and business aviation CAMOs and MROs, while Airline Suite serves airlines, MROs, FBOs, flight schools, and more in 65 countries worldwide.

In contrast to Airline Suite by C.A.L.M. Systems, which has been serving the Aviation Maintenance community since 1988 and is utilized in over 60 countries, privately owned Skyzen (founded in 1995) maintains Piston, Turboprop, or jet aircraft and helicopters.

Skyzen vs. Fluix

Skyzen and Fluix offer features such as Maintenance Management & Regulatory Compliance and Inspections Management. Fluix offers Workflow Automation, TaskStream, and Data Reporting, while Skyzen does not. Skyzen, but not Fluix, offers features such as Flight Logs/Technical logbooks, Real-Time Airworthiness, and Maximum Traceability.

The licensing cost for Skyzen begins at €25 per month, whereas the license cost for Fluix begins at $30 per user per month (10 users included in the plan). Both systems are Aviation Maintenance solutions that operate in the cloud. When compared to Skyzen, which is designed for general and business aviation CAMO & MRO, Fluix is an airline document management system that helps aviation businesses save money and time.

Skyzen (established in 1995) and Fluix (established in 2014) are privately owned firms. Fluix is trusted by worldwide leaders in the construction, energy, facilities management, and transportation sectors, among others, to enhance productivity and ROI.

Skyzen vs. Ramco Aviation

Skyzen and Ramco Aviation both provide Maintenance and Flight Operations services. Ramco Aviation offers features such as Fleet Technical Management and Defense Asset Management that Skyzen does not. Skyzen offers features such as Cost Monitoring, Regulatory Compliance, and Real-Time Airworthiness that Ramco Aviation does not. Skyzen licenses start at €25 per month, but details on the pricing information of Ramco Aviation are unavailable. Both systems are Aviation Maintenance solutions that operate in the cloud.

Skyzen is made for general & business aviation CAMO & MRO. In contrast, Ramco Aviation offers a full suite of services for airlines, helicopter companies, maintenance and repair organizations, charter services, the military, unmanned aerial vehicle manufacturers, and original equipment manufacturers.

Skyzen (established in 1995) is privately owned and handles Piston, Turboprop, or jet aircraft and helicopters, whereas Ramco Aviation Software by Ramco systems (formed in 1992) is publicly listed on the NSE under the RAMCOSYS symbol and is trusted by 24,000+ customers to control 4,000+ aircraft internationally.

What is the cost of Skyzen?

Skyzen provides two license pricing information; Basic and Basic + Maintenance Tracking.
  • Basic starts at €25 per month
  • Basic + Maintenance Tracking starts at €30 per month per mechanic
  • Utilization of Inspection Checklist starts from €10 per inspection
  • Stock Management starts at €50 per month per warehouse

What is the REAL total cost of implementation? on top of the total cost of licenses which is easy to calculate you need to add the cost of training, customization, data migration, and other "hidden cost". ITQlick pricing score is 4 out of 10 (10 is most expensive). You can fine here the REAL total cost breakdown for Skyzen.

What should you ask Skyzen during a demo session? (65 questions)

Schedule a demo with Skyzen and access 65 must ask questions for the vendor while watching Skyzen in action.

Where Skyzen is used?

Skyzen is an aircraft maintenance system designed for general and business aviation CAMO and MRO professionals to save time and improve traceability in maintenance management. Garmin, Safelog, Foreflight, and other companies use Skyzen.

List of categories

Inventory Control
Compliance
Aviation Maintenance
Service requests
Work Order Management

List of features

Compliance
Work Order Management
Service requests

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Shlomi holds a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Information System Engineering from Ben Gurion University in Israel. Shlomi brings 15 years of global IT and IS management experience as a consultant, and implementation expert for small, medium and large size (global) companies.