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ATP boosts data access for Aviation Hub
The latest release from ATP enables real time access to technical manuals from OEMs and airline directives from the FAA and EASA. Enhancements contained within Production 2.0 are the first of many.

Information services and software solutions provider ATP is celebrating the release of Production 2.0, a new back-end solution to support the publishing and distribution of maintenance manuals and airworthiness directives on its cloud-based Aviation Hub. The platform streamlines maintenance workflows and improves processes with anywhere, anytime access to ATP Libraries, ATP Parts and ATP Maintenance. Subscribers have access to trusted and current information through a simple and intuitive web browser interface.

With Production 2.0, the information shared on the ATP Aviation Hub can be published in real time, greatly reducing the time between when an aircraft directive is released or a manual is updated, and when it can be in the hands of the platform's more than 45,000 users worldwide. Being the single source for accessing technical manuals from a wide variety of OEMS and airline directives from both the FAA and EASA, these enhancements in delivery time make the ATP Aviation Hub even more valuable for current and future users.

“The ATP Aviation Hub is the industry's only single-source network for accessing technical manuals and airline directives,” says CEO Rick Noble. “For decades, it has greatly reduced the amount of time and effort required by maintenance technicians in finding the right information to ensure their aircraft is safe and ready for take off. This new release will make the experience even faster and better, and I am exceptionally proud of the great team here at ATP who collaborated and delivered on this exciting new enhancement for the platform.”

The Production 2.0 back-end sets the stage for ATP to deliver a whole new set of solutions and features for users as well as the OEMs who distribute content through the platform. This initial investment in Production 2.0 is the first of many enhancements planned for 2020 and beyond, as ATP continues to improve the platform to support its global network of users dedicated to safe and reliable air travel.

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