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European based GlobeAir chooses DayJet Technologies for Operations Software and Optimization Services

DayJet Technologies, the revolutionary technology-based optimization company, today announced that its ASTRO system with fully integrated optimization engine – Solver – has been chosen by GlobeAir, a leading European private jet company, as its operating software platform and optimization service.

Since its establishment in 2007 GlobeAir has successfully expanded its operations in Europe reaching a market share of 40%. Operating across the constantly changing markets of Europe, GlobeAir needed a robust solution that would facilitate adapting operational plans on a regular basis as well as in real time. The combination of DayJet Technology’s ASTRO aviation operations platform and its proprietary real-time optimization engine – Solver – provided the perfect match to GlobeAir’s requirements.

“DayJet Technologies plays a key role in helping us achieve our vision of expanding our position as the market leader in the niche of customized business flights,” said Bernhard Fragner, Chief Executive Officer of GlobeAir. “Using the DayJet Technology ASTRO system will enable us to make integrated and informed decisions in real-time so that we can grow our business and provide our customers with world class service”.

“We are proud to have been chosen as GlobeAir’s partner for this key element of their growing business,” said Roei Ganzarski, President & COO of DayJet Technologies. “It is very satisfying to see how we are enabling a complex business to make informed, integrated, and intelligent decisions in real-time as their environment changes, so that they can better serve their own customers and themselves.”

GlobeAir Ag is a private jet company based in Austria. With almost 40 % of the market share it is Europe’s leader within the sector of very light jets. Currently, GlobeAir has the world’s largest fleet of modern Citation Mustang jets and is IS-BAO as well as Wayvern certified. GlobeAir AG jets can land at challenging airports such as St. Moritz, Lugano, St. Tropez, Bolzano, which are not accessible to traditional airlines and other business jets. GlobeAir AG has achieved its success through dedication and by offering the best service before, during and after the flight.

DayJet Technologies Strengthens Leadership Team

DayJet Technologies (DJT), the revolutionary technology-based optimization company, has named Roei Ganzarski, a leader with more than 20 years of experience heading and growing global sales, business development, marketing and strategy, as President and COO. DJT has also named Doug Halperin, a software and systems veteran with 30 years of experience in leading state of the art technology development, as executive vice president of engineering and technology.

“Roei’s successful track record of efficiently and effectively leading high-performance teams through growth on a global scale, will be invaluable to the company,” said Eyal Levy, chairman of the board at DJT. “He is able to take complex market conditions and company capabilities, and translate them into an actionable customer-focused growth strategy.” Levy added “Doug’s vast experience with ground breaking technology firms makes him a perfect leader to take our technology to the next level”.

Prior to this role, Ganzarski was with the Boeing family of companies for thirteen years in continuously increasing roles of responsibility. Most recently he served as Chief Customer Officer for Boeing’s Flight Services division where he led all worldwide customer and market facing organizations and was responsible for revenue growth and customer service. Ganzarski is a graduate of Wharton’s Advanced Management Program, earned a MBA from the University of Washington and a BA in Economics from The University of Haifa.

Halperin has played key management roles and held advisory positions for e-commerce and software companies before joining DJT. He has extensive experience in designing and building both eCommerce solutions and enterprise systems. Among other roles, he was CEO/CTO of 1000Museums, a technology company working with art museums; led operations and engineering for Pictopia, a photo eCommerce company; and been President/CTO of Res Express, a Web-based travel reservation system. Halperin earned his B.S. in Mathematics and M.S. in Computer Science from Brown University and has been an adjunct member of the faculty of the computer science department at City College of San Francisco.

DayJet Technologies is a global provider of revolutionary software-driven optimization solutions to industries that operate in a highly complex, constantly changing environment – industries such as aviation, information technology, telecommunications, and energy. The DayJet Technologies differentiator is our ability to optimize large scale resources in real-time, generating significant increases in productivity and decreases in operating costs.