PDMS are working with the Isle of Man Aircraft Registry and the Companies Registry to improve service delivery and reduce costs

The Isle of Man Aircraft Registry 

The Isle of Man Aircraft Registry was set up in 2007 and has since grown to become the 8th largest business jet register in the world, with over 700 aircraft. PDMS are working closely with the team at the Aircraft Registry to develop a new online business system to support the continuing growth of the registry. In addition to replacing the current legacy systems for Aircraft Registry staff, the new system will allow Registry customers (aircraft owners, operators technical representitives, flight crew and engineers) to apply online via a secure login, check aircraft details and view the status of applications in progress. They will also be able to upload documentation and search registration marks. Importantly, the new aircraft registry system will also help to manage the work of the Aircraft Registry’s team of surveyors who will be able to input and access information from any location in the world.

The Isle of Man Companies Registry 

PDMS are currently working with the Isle of Man Government’s Department of Economic Development to develop a new Companies Registry system. The Isle of Man Companies Registry maintains the register and record of all companies and other business types incorporated in the Isle of Man. It provides an essential facility for members of the public including Government Departments and Statutory Boards to view documents which have been filed – over 90,000 searches are conducted annually. The new system will help reduce the amount of paper submissions and improve customer service with easier submission of information, online payments and access to the statutory information held. It will be pivotal in helping the registry achieve its vision of being a world class provider of registry services. Companies Registry are contributing to the Government’s Agenda for Change by looking to deliver more services online which will not only reduce the cost of service delivery, but will also meet the growing demands of the public who want to choose how, when and where they are able to access government services and information.