Web Manuals, which specializes in providing digital documentation for the aviation industry, is undergoing record sales growth in the Americas, with the customer base set to double by year end, the company announced. The Swedish company opened its U.S. offices two years ago and recently signed on freight operator DHL Aero Expreso in Panama as its 13th customer in the Americas. DHL Aero Expreso will use the Web Manuals cloud-based application to manage its aviation manuals library.
Web Manuals customers in the Americas also include helicopter services company PHI; business aviation operators ACI Jet, Altius Aviation, Jet Access Aviation and Hopscotch; the International Business Aviation Council; Elite Flight Training; and Fortune 500 companies, among others.
Web Manuals (Booth 825) believes it is on pace to have 20 customers in the region by the end of the year. The company is revising its 2017 expectations as a result, in preparation for more growth.
“Although our customer organizations in the region now number 13, our users have actually risen from 200 to more than 1,700, thanks to the scale of some of our latest wins,” said Web Manuals CEO and founder Martin Lidgard.
PHI Air Medical is the largest customer in the region for Web Manuals, with more than 700 office-based and remote users.
In addition to the Americas, Web Manuals has clients in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. The company recently expanded its product portfolio with the addition of the Argus audit standard as an integrated reference resource. Under a collaboration with Argus, the standard will be offered as a compliance library within the Web Manuals database. The Web Manuals compliance libraries also include the IS-BAO, IS-BAH and IOSA standards, along with FAA and EASA regulations.