US-based Bluetail has raised more than $2.1m in Series A investment, following a successful venture capital funding effort led by Brookstone Venture Capital.
The company said that it will use the funds to introduce new products, integrations, grow the team and further enhance its array of digital aircraft records scanning, storing, and searching.
"This successful venture capital effort is further proof in the ongoing value that Bluetail's Software-with-a-Service (SwaS) will continue to deliver throughout all segments of private, business, and commercial aircraft and helicopter operations," said Roberto Guerrieri, Bluetail co-founder.
The Bluetail business and private aviation aircraft records SwaS platform was built specifically for owners, flight departments, lenders, brokers, MROs and operators.
Through a powerful platform that enables aircraft owners to store, search and share data, Bluetail helps them, their staff, and partners to maintain any and all aircraft records and logbooks in one secure, collaborative platform.
According to the company, the solution makes it easy to build and organize logbooks, timelines, manuals, maintenance documents, and even privately share records.