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Web Manuals' digital solutions receive a lift
Available through the Web Manuals Store, Liftair provides compliance linking for existing Web Manuals users wanting to speed up the process of getting started with using compliance libraries on the platform.

Digital document management solutions provider Web Manuals has announced a partnership with flight operations engineering consultant Lift Airline Support (Liftair), providing time savings for European customers transitioning to digital compliance monitoring.

Available through the Web Manuals Store, Liftair provides compliance linking for existing Web Manuals users wanting to speed up the process of getting started with using compliance libraries on the Web Manuals platform, as well as to new European customers transitioning to the Web Manuals suite. As part of the consultancy service, Liftair will take customers' existing compliance matrixes and use them as a guide to create appropriate links in the system, which will be automatically monitored. Customers will receive an alert when changes in regulation have an impact on existing content.

Web Manuals chief revenue officer and director of operations EMEA Paul Sandström says: “Liftair compliance linking is ideal for new customers who have historically used Word or Excel to monitor compliance and want to make the transition to digital as quick and uncomplicated as possible. For existing operators looking to add new EASA compliance libraries within Web Manuals, our partnership with Liftair provides an easy, trusted solution for ensuring existing content is properly linked to the new libraries. Once links have been created, automatic library updates will flag wherever changes have an impact on existing content. In this way, staying up to date and compliant has never been easier.”

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