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Background

Founded in 1997, Critical Technologies sells AirVault, a secure, browser-based document-management software service for aviation carriers and their MRO and other service partners. AirVault provides carriers with specialized tools and applications for document workflow, distribution, verification, and collaboration, making fleet airworthiness and regulatory compliance easy to validate. Over 25,000 AirVault users worldwide manage four billion documents in the private cloud of the Company's fully redundant data centers.

AirVault History

In the early 1990's, a group of document management professionals combined their talent and expertise to bring imaging systems and solutions to businesses in the Southwest, using software and hardware that were then industry standards. The experiment, known today as Critical Technologies, proved successful. As document and records management products have evolved in the intervening years, Critical has continued to develop and deliver creative solutions to meet the needs of this fast-paced marketplace.

In 1998, Critical launched the first distributed capture software solution on the market, offering remote scanning, indexing, and transmission of indexed images to centralized repositories. Critical introduced a hosted (web-based) document management service in early 2000, adding online workflow, consolidated zero-footprint user interfaces, full text searching, and data mining.

Critical Technologies currently manages over three billion mission-critical records for its clients in our fully redundant SSAE 16 (formerly SAS-70 Type II) audited data centers. More than 25,000 client users store and retrieve their records around the clock and across the globe.

Critical provides the world's finest web-based content engine, easily customizable for your special applications.