Sun, Jan 20, 2013
New Website And Blog To Serve General Aviation
NATA Compliance Services, LLC, a subsidiary of the National Air Transportation Association, has added security and technology upgrades as well as mobile capability to their online offerings. They have also launched a new website and blog they say will allow them to leverage the power of social, mobile and innovative technologies to improve industry communications and engagement.
A key piece of NATACS's defining principle is to contribute to the industry's productivity by enabling it to be in full compliance with current and changing regulations. Due to the constant changes in the complex regulations in the aviation industry, NATACS works hard to ensure they are constantly providing the up to date information their clients need and in the channels they prefer. Moving to the HubSpot platform allows NATACS to quickly update the website and blog with relevant information and share that easily through social media channels, ensuring their clients get the information they need as quickly as possible.
The NATACS blog will focus on four primary areas:
- FAA Drug & Alcohol
- Alien Flight Student Program and Flight Training
- TSA Regulations and Programs
- Online Training
"NATACS now provides industry with the latest in technology to increase access to timely relevant information through info.natacs.aero," said said Michael Sundheim, CEO, NATACS. "With the new HubSpot implementation and other technology and security improvements, we offer the industry a platform for instant communication to help everyone stay on top of regulatory trends anywhere, anytime."
NATACS sayd it can now deliver employee management including photos, badges, fingerprint enrollment, online training and a host of other services -- into a lient's hand, on their desk, and in the air - safely and securely.
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