New platform will include a brand-new user interface and was rebuilt from the ground up to enable access to even more valuation data and reporting, VREF reports
Aircraft Value Reference & Appraisal Services announced its plans to release a brand new software-as-a-service (SaaS) Aircraft Value reference this summer. Timed to coincide with VREF's twenty-fifth anniversary, the new platform will feature an entirely new user interface and was built from the ground up using input from Senior Accredited Appraisers.—
Since its 1994 launch, VREF has been providing accurate, detailed aircraft appraisal and valuation services and information. Published VREF quarterly digests include detailed information about thousands of different aircraft and engines that are relied upon to facilitate transactions worldwide. The online VREF database provides real-time access to the latest valuations for subscribers, covering everything from piston, turbine, and turbo-prop powered fixed-wing aircraft to helicopters and commercial narrow body planes.
When it launches this summer, the new VREF SaaS program will include even more information than the current VREF Online database, user-friendly access to historical data, fully customizable reports, and details regarding more than 7000 aircraft. VREF clients ranging from banks and insurance companies to aircraft appraisers, manufacturers, operators, and lessors will benefit greatly from the upcoming SaaS platform's new interface, data, and features.
"We're happy to announce that we will be releasing a brand-new aircraft valuation SaaS program this summer," said VREF President Jason Zilberbrand. "We've invested huge amounts of effort and resources into making sure that this new SaaS platform will have even more to offer than our current VREF Online service. We couldn't possibly think of a better way to mark our twenty-fifth anniversary than to launch this new program. We think VREF subscribers are going to be extremely impressed with the new interface, features, and data."
A small single-engine aircraft with many hours of service behind it can cost as little as $20,000 on the secondary market. On the other end of the scale, luxurious executive jets and commercial aircraft typically cost many millions when purchased from their manufacturers.
VREF was founded in 1994 to provide reliable, accurate aircraft valuation data and services to aviation professionals. The company's published quarterly digests and real-time VREF Online subscription service have been used to facilitate many billions of dollars in sales and other transactions since. The launch of the new VREF SaaS aircraft valuation program this summer will be of great interest to many in the industry.
About VREF Aircraft Value Reference & Appraisal Services:
Since its 1994 founding, VREF has been the most trusted source for aircraft valuation information among aviation professionals. Today, VREF Aircraft Value Reference & Appraisal Services offers a range of valuation, appraisal, reporting, and expert witness services.
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