ATP Launches the Revolutionary New ATP® Online Store

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Providing Instant Online Access to Newly Purchased Technical & Regulatory Manuals


Brisbane, Calif., August 23, 2012 -- ATP, a market-leading, global knowledge services company, introduces the new ATP® Online Store – the world’s first and only single-source, online solution for purchasing and immediately accessing aviation technical and regulatory publication library subscriptions.


The new ATP® Online Store integrates seamlessly with the revolutionary, cloud-based ATP® Aviation Hub online service to provide subscribers with immediate online access to ATP’s extensive selection of technical and regulatory publications. Additionally, customers choosing ATP’s industry leading Navigator V™ Desktop Platform also can quickly and efficiently download and install new libraries within minutes of purchase.


Thanks to the ATP® Online Store, ATP customer now have another option for acquiring technical and regulatory library subscriptions. For the first time, ATP subscribers can browse over 1100 maintenance libraries from over 50 manufacturers and purchase the documentation they need online. Subscribers can then begin using their new subscriptions within minutes without having to wait for discs or publications to be delivered through the mail, and will be kept up-to-date with automatic revision services.


"The new ATP® Online Store fulfills the need expressed by our customers around the world for immediate access to regulatory and technical library services in support of their safety and compliance efforts,” said Rich Marino, ATP President. “This is a tremendous benefit to our customers since an aircraft that needs servicing or repair could be grounded and losing money if the maintenance team doesn't have the necessary technical and regulatory publications. With the ATP® Online Store, our customers can purchase and immediately access any available technical publication library subscription they need, when they need it – no matter where they are in the world – so long as they have access to the Internet".