Information services and software solutions provider ATP is now Veryon. The company unveiled its new name and branding, inspired by game-changing technology and its promise to always be on for its clients and users, saying it better reflects the company's ability to lead the industry by taking technology to the next level with its machine learning capabilities.
“The Veryon name represents the forward-thinking nature of our business and our company, which serves multiple facets of the aviation industry,” says CEO Norman Happ. “Our core goal remains focused on providing aviation operators with the most uptime possible through a dedication to unmatched innovation and industry-leading customer service.”
Since 1973, the company has grown tremendously, adding new partners, content and technology through the acquisition of CaseBank and Flightdocs, and today offers aviation operators technology to better access publications, fix maintenance issues faster and operate more efficiently without compromising compliance. The Veryon brand is trusted by over 7,500 customers across 165 countries, serving over 70,000 users and over 25 per cent of the world's largest airlines.
Over the next few months, the new company name, logo and branding will be seen across all collateral and mediums. Its suite of solutions will be phasing out old product names and moving towards a naming hierarchy that is easy to understand, resonates with customers and is scalable for the future.
Veryon will also soon launch a comprehensive solution to help operators more efficiently and accurately manage maintenance execution to maximise aircraft availability and capture more business opportunities.