Flying helicopters in the North Sea is dangerous business. That’s why, when HeliOffshore, the global safety association for the offshore helicopter industry, was deciding on an all hands on deck approach to saving lives, they chose Jive.

 

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To get its members on the same page, the UK-based non-profit had to streamline processes and break down communication barriers across dozens of companies in several different industries, including manufacturers, operators and regulators. To add to the layers of complication, many of those organizations are in different time zones, says HeliOffshore CEO, Gretchen Haskins.

 

HeliOffshore began testing Jive’s Interactive Intranet solution on its Health and Usage Monitoring Systems (HUMS) – which monitors how a helicopter is functioning – last November. “The maintenance engineers loved it,” says Haskins. “We’ve got over 40 experts across the world actively collaborating,” she says, specifically citing the functionality of surveys and the ability to comment on documents in order to identify problems and propose solutions.

 

In the past, experts relied on accidents to retroactively learn how to prevent the next incident, says Haskins. Today, businesses like HeliOffshore are using data analytics and cloud collaboration tools to diagnose potential problems and offer solutions to prevent the loss of life before the helicopter even takes off.

 

To learn more about how Jive can help your company save time, money and perhaps even lives, read the Computer Business Review article here: HeliOffshore and Jive: Can cloud collaboration and data analytics save lives?