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Aircraft Technical Publishers (ATP) has announced a partnership with Web Manuals, developer of digital documentation solutions for the aviation industry. Bringing together two complementary cloud-based solutions, the partnership is expected to help ATP customers drive greater operational efficiencies, boost regulatory compliance, and improve collaboration with their customers, prospects and partners.

 

With the partnership, ATP customers will be able to digitise and streamline the management of operating manuals, including the ability to author, distribute, and update content with vastly improved efficiency, cost-effectiveness and control. The partnership represents a strong fit with ATP’s new vision of unified process management, enabling maintenance providers to drive dramatic improvements in productivity, cost savings, and aircraft utilisations, while also preventing costly regulatory lapses. Benefits include: the ability to enable customers to proactively manage their operating manuals and other documents with greater efficiency and control; to become more process-oriented, becoming a continually improving organisation through processes like LEAN and Six Sigma; and to easily share and collaborate on documents online with their customers, prospects and partners.

 

ATP will be offering Web Manuals’ functionality through the ATP Aviation Hub cloud application. The system streamlines maintenance workflows and improves processes with anywhere, anytime access to ATP Libraries, ATP Parts, ATP Maintenance, and the AskBob AMT Community. 

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AirVault has announced that ExpressJet Airlines has licensed the AirVault MX Records Management Solution to provide a new, centralised web-based aircraft record-management system.

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Rusada has reported that Fokker Services has gone live with its Envision software, replacing several legacy systems. Fokker’s contract with Rusada consists of six of the seven Envision modules (Fleet Manager, Materials Manager, Maintenance Manager, Finance Manager, Quality Manager and Configuration and Resource Manager), annual maintenance support and professional services.

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