Come with us on a fantastic journey. Our cloud-based service is the standard tool for easily digitizing manuals. The majority of our customers are small to mid-sized flight operators. With us, we hope they become more successful, safe and happy.
The Web Manuals users have helped us build the software you see today. Our customers’ feedback and improvement suggestions have made sure the product reflects the needs of the aviation community.
We can offer an easier editing and distribution process. With us, you can create a digital home for your manuals.
The Web Manuals values are leadership, responsibility and enthusiasm. This means that we:
You are most welcome into the Web Manuals community. The community is centered on our customers and because of this, we will only grow if you do too.
Being the world standard in digitizing manuals for the aviation industry.
Simplifying the digitizing of manuals to enhance control, compliance and agility.
Web Manuals started with a goal: to focus on document tools for the aviation industry. We wanted users to gain control over their edit and review cycles. The goal was also for users to be able to show staff how their work was affected by aviation rules.
Becoming Web Manuals
Web Manuals grew out of Tibet Server AB, which also offered IT products for companies with high demands. The Tibet customers worked in aviation as well as in other sectors, but they all needed a product they could trust. The team that started Web Manuals used the knowledge from Tibet Server. With this they built a product that could meet the specific needs of the aviation industry.
Web Manuals crossed the Atlantic in 2014 when we added Web Manuals Inc. It became our branch to focus on the largest market in aviation: the USA. Within weeks, Web Manuals Inc. signed its first client and partner.
There have been a few different company names before Web Manuals. It’s maybe enough to say that we have been working on the technology we use today since 2002. With the help of our clients we have been able to improve.
Together, we have made the product better than we could ever have dreamed on in the early days.
From the feedback we get, we have given our customers peace-of-mind. We have made their lives easier by giving them a safe and agile system to work in. This is most notably during the open innovation sessions at our yearly event GODIGITAL. During GODIGITAL, you as a customer get to decide what feature we develop next.
We have come far, but we are far from finished. If you like our product now, we would love to hear what ideas you have for it in the future!
The first GO DIGITAL conference took place in Malmö, Sweden. Here our customers were invited to the first ever Open Innovation Workshop, where customers can decide the future features of our product.
Thanks to the open innovation workshop at GO DIGITAL, our customers came up with the idea of compliance libraries. After some developing, you could start to create links between your own documents and official regulations.
We created our app. This was our answer to the industry trend towards a paperless cockpit. Pilots, cabin crew and ground crew could now access their manuals anywhere – online or offline.
We opened our first US office in San Diego, California.
First GO DIGITAL conference for our US American customers. Now they could also influence the products future through their own innovation workshop.
The new version is focused around user-friendliness. This opens up the possibility for you to try our Web Manuals for free.
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