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Web Manuals signs up its first aircraft manufacturer in Nextant Aerospace

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Web Manuals signs up its first aircraft manufacturer in Nextant Aerospace - Business aviation publisher
Krista Kuznecova
Country: United States Aircraft: Airplanes

Web Manuals Inc, developer of the world standard in digital documentation solutions for the aviation industry, is announcing Nextant Aerospace as its first aircraft manufacturing customer.

Nextant Aerospace, the US-based aircraft remanufacturing specialist, will use Web Manuals to digitally edit and review its technical manuals, before distributing them to its customers and staff. 

The move represents Web Manuals’ expansion into a new sector, showcasing how the company is able to provide its document digitization solution across the entire aviation industry, including business aviation operators, airlines, ground handlers and medical services.

Krister Genmark, Director of Operations Americas, Web Manuals, says: “We initially opened discussions with Nextant Aerospace at NBAA-BACE last year and we are delighted to be announcing the company as Web Manuals’ first customer in the manufacturing sector. Working with Nextant Aerospace is a very exciting new chapter for us and we take great pride in the fact that Web Manuals can provide a solution for any aviation business, whether an operator, maintenance provider or manufacturer. We look forward to continuing to develop our presence in the USA and working with more forward-thinking aviation businesses like Nextant Aerospace.

Shawn George, Vice President, Nextant Aerospace, says: “We have wanted to address the process of how we update our manuals for some time and Web Manuals provides the perfect solution. Its cloud-based system enables us to make modifications and seamlessly share these updates with our customers and staff. We are looking forward to applying the time and cost savings, that working with Web Manuals promotes, elsewhere in the business.” 

Web Manuals now has more than 160 customers worldwide, 45 of which are based in the US. 

Web Manuals specializes in developing digital document management solutions for the aviation industry. It is revolutionizing aviation manuals and regulatory compliance by making the digitization, authoring, and distribution of operational documentation easy and accessible to operators of all sizes. What used to be a laborious manual task is now made simple: the rapid authoring, reviewing, publishing, distribution and control of an entire manuals library is now a seamless operation. This brings significant savings in time and administrative costs, while improving regulatory compliance and flight safety. 

Web Manuals is rapidly expanding its global footprint. It has more than 160 customers and partners worldwide, and offices in the US and Europe.

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