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Web Manuals to offer freemium licenses for all to support Covid-19 recovery

To support aviation businesses during this time of uncertainty, digital documentation leader Web Manuals is offering a freemium package for all new customers.

Available until August 31, 2020, the Freemium Package includes access for five readers or reviewers, one editor and a free choice of one compliance library, with no system limitations. Alongside this, users will be provided with the onboarding free of charge.

Martin Lidgard, CEO and founder of Web Manuals says: “The aviation industry has been hit particularly hard by the COVID-19 pandemic and are under a number of financial pressures. Ensuring compliance and safety during this time through up-to-date digital manuals should not be another cost to worry about. This is why Web Manuals will be offering this package for free for the next four months, with no contract obligations.

“The supporting complimentary training ensures that these customers are fully onboarded and can begin digitizing their documents straight away.”

An additional gesture from Web Manuals is unlimited free licenses for airline and wet lease/ACMI operators looking to digitize their manuals until August 31, 2020. Initial online training will also be free of charge for these users.

Lidgard adds: “Arguably, some of the worst affected segments of the aviation industry since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak have been airline, wet lease/ACMI operators. Providing free licenses will support these organizations as they begin to navigate the tricky recovery period, ensuring all members of their team are updated, informed and operating safely.”

Web Manuals allows aviation businesses to digitize their compliance and regulatory documentation and manuals, meaning any updates can be completed and distributed across a company instantly. This ensures that as regulations change, all members of a team have access to the most accurate information possible, improving efficiency and safety in an organization.

Users can opt-out of the package at any time before July 31st, 2020 without being billed.

Web Manuals to offer freemium licenses for all to support COVID-19 recovery

Malmö, Sweden; April 28, 2020: To support aviation businesses during this time of uncertainty, digital documentation leader Web Manuals is offering a freemium package for all new customers.

Available until August 31, 2020, the freemium package includes access for five readers or reviewers, one editor and a free choice of one compliance library, with no system limitations. Alongside this, users will be provided with the onboarding free of charge.

Martin Lidgard, CEO and founder of Web Manuals says: “The aviation industry has been hit particularly hard by the COVID-19 pandemic and are under a number of financial pressures. Ensuring compliance and safety during this time through up-to-date digital manuals should not be another cost to worry about. This is why Web Manuals will be offering this package for free for the next four months, with no contract obligations.

“The supporting complimentary training ensures that these customers are fully onboarded and can begin digitizing their documents straight away.”

An additional gesture from Web Manuals is unlimited free licenses for airline and wet lease/ACMI operators looking to digitize their manuals until August 31, 2020. Initial online training will also be free of charge for these users.

Lidgard adds: “Arguably, some of the worst affected segments of the aviation industry since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak have been airline, wet lease/ACMI operators. Providing free licenses will support these organizations as they begin to navigate the tricky recovery period, ensuring all members of their team are updated, informed and operating safely.”

Web Manuals allows aviation businesses to digitize their compliance and regulatory documentation and manuals, meaning any updates can be completed and distributed across a company instantly. This ensures that as regulations change, all members of a team have access to the most accurate information possible, improving efficiency and safety in an organization.

Users can opt-out of the package at any time before July 31st, 2020 without being billed.

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Web Manuals is rapidly expanding its global footprint. It has 300 customers and partners worldwide, and offices in New York, San Diego and Malmö, Sweden.

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Web Manuals grows its community with two additional manual authoring partners

Malmö, Sweden; April 1, 2020: Web Manuals, the world leader in aviation document digitization solutions, is expanding its aviation manual community through partnerships with Black River Aerospace and Aerodox to offer additional document templates to aviation businesses worldwide.

Aviation manual creation and management company Black River Aerospace will be providing three levels of support. This will range from a template subscription to manual implementation and a full authoring and maintenance service, including manual creation, updates, and distribution throughout a company, accessed via Web Manuals’ interface. All documents come with live linking to FAA regulations, IS-BAO, and ARGUS standards, meaning customers are immediately alerted to any changes.

Melissa Kearby, Partner at Black River Aerospace says: “Implementation of Web Manuals has revolutionized the way we develop manuals, halving the time we spend executing a customer’s documentation. As a result, we are able to spend more quality time on relationship building and providing a phenomenal product.

“Everyone at Web Manuals is experienced and the customer service is top-notch concierge level.”

Technical manual provider Aerodox will supply customized minimum equipment lists (MELs) for many types of aircraft, maximizing flight dispatch reliability.

David Burk, owner of Aerodox states: “The Aerodox team are experts in customized MELs, CDLs, and NEF programs. We are excited to apply our combined 50 years of experience to an ever-changing world of technology. Our goal is to bridge the gap between the Web Manuals’ online platform and our exemplary MEL service”.

Paul Sandström, Chief Revenue Officer and Director of Operations EMEA at Web Manuals, says: “We are working hard to build our community so that users can have access to more software services via the Web Manuals Store. This is only made possible through companies such as Black River Aerospace and Aerodox sharing their solutions with our customers.”

Aerodox and Black River Aerospace’s services will be available via the Web Manuals Store.

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