Kerry Frank gets apologies these days from those who doubted she could streamline the airline industry.

That’s because Frank’s company, Beloit-based Comply365, now has most of the U.S. market locked down on one of its airline software products, which digitizes flight manuals for pilots. Frank, who doesn’t have a college degree, recalls getting “laughed out of board rooms” at first, with executives telling her it’s almost impossible to innovate in such a heavily-regulated industry. Read the full story here.