Vault 2.0, a cloud-based aircraft asset management and brokerage technology, will help corporate jet owners and high-net-worth individuals select, trade, own and operate the right model of aircraft to best fit their transportation needs
GUILFORD, Conn. – October 9, 2017 – With the launch of its next-generation online asset management/brokerage software solution called Vault 2.0, Guardian Jet, the 15-year-old business aviation consulting and aircraft brokerage firm, wants to revolutionize the way airplanes are bought and sold.
The goal of Vault 2.0 is to provide real-time aircraft information and even more transparency in the unregulated brokerage industry. This new platform will help Guardian Jet clients save millions of dollars during the lifecycle of their aircraft and while executing aircraft transactions, according to the firm’s managing partners, Mike and Don Dwyer.
The Vault 2.0 is being hailed as a revolutionary approach to airplane asset management and brokerage services. Described as a software “supertool,” the next-generation web-based portal program is designed to help Guardian Jet’s clients—including corporate jet owners and high-net-worth individuals—select, trade, own and operate the right model(s) of aircraft to best fit their transportation needs.
“The first generation of ‘The Vault’ was developed in 2012 as a means to radically alter the aircraft consulting and brokerage industry,” said Mike Dwyer. With a similar goal, the launch of the Vault 2.0 will build on the power and efficacy of the original Vault program to help aircraft owners easily and intuitively manage their aircraft like portfolio assets. “This new iteration is essentially asset management on steroids,” he added.
Among so many other benefits, the Vault 2.0 will enable the firm’s clientele to evaluate their current aircraft, research replacement model markets, plan for its continued operation, assess the optimal replacement timing and execute trades.
“With the wealth of knowledge and analytics it delivers to our clients, this web-based software will hopefully save them millions of dollars,” explained Mike Dwyer. “It will not only help aircraft operators do their jobs better, but it will also enable principals or aircraft owners to make more informed business decisions.”
A full version of the cloud-based software is available to existing Guardian Jet clientele. Demonstrations of the Vault 2.0 will take place at NBAA’s Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition, October 10-12 in Las Vegas. In stand SD24 at the Henderson Executive Airport, Guardian Jet will host an aircraft static display, along with an air-conditioned chalet with multiple touch-screen monitors in three demonstration areas. This gives clients and prospective clients the ability to test-drive the Vault 2.0.
“Our globally dispersed clients require a higher level of sophistication from us in an ever-increasing technical world,” said Don Dwyer, Managing Partner. “The Vault 2.0 is the perfect answer to address their needs, as it’s a single point of access for alignment among the principal, the flight department and their service providers.”
Guardian Jet will also be displaying the following aircraft for sale at its static exhibit:
- Gulfstream GIV-SP, serial number 1301
- Gulfstream GV, serial number 550
- Falcon 50EX, serial number 251
- Falcon 2000, serial number 69
To view a demonstration of the Vault 2.0 at #NBAA17, or to schedule a tour of one or more aircraft for sale, visit Guardian Jet’s stand (SD24) or call +1-203-453-0800 for more information.
About Guardian Jet
Founded in 2002, Guardian Jet, LLC, offers business aviation brokerage, consulting and oversight services for hundreds of clients worldwide. The company distinguishes itself with its focus on integrity and industry expertise, and by consistently providing business value to clients. Guardian Jet’s core mission has always been to earn the right to buy and sell aircraft on behalf of its clientele by providing them with great consulting advice, market intelligence and flawless execution. For more information, visit guardianjet.com.