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ATP Engages dtSearch for NavigatorV®

“NavigatorV® includes and excludes indexes on a per-search basis and filters them on a per-document basis, which offers customers a fine degree of granularity and improved performance.”
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“New indexes are easily added and old ones orphaned, based on the relationship between dtSearch and ATP's document metadata from the NavigatorV® database.”
Aircraft Technical Publishers, ATP, is the general aviation industry's single-source leader for aviation maintenance, regulatory and compliance information products and services. ATP maintains more than 16,000 CD-ROM, DVD, microfiche and Internet-based library subscriptions for a global consumer base that includes civil aviation authorities, maintenance facilities, Fixed Based Operators, aircraft operators, flight schools, and universities. ATP's U.S. Aviation Regulatory Library was selected by the FAA for use by all 3,300 of the agency's Aviation Safety Inspectors.

On a weekly basis, ATP aggregates over 100,000 new .pdf and .xml documents, and electronically catalogs them. ATP automatically indexes the new documents using dtSearch, and distributes these documents to over 8,000 users around the world using ATP’s NavigatorV®.

NavigatorV® includes a single search interface providing access to both new and existing documents, leveraging the dtSearch Engine for searching.

“New indexes are easily added and old ones orphaned, based on the relationship between dtSearch and ATP's document metadata from the NavigatorV® database,” explains ATP.

“dtSearch allows NavigatorV® customers to relevancy rank results based upon multiple criteria. NavigatorV® includes and excludes indexes on a per-search basis and filters them on a per-document basis, which offers customers a fine degree of granularity and improved performance.”

For additional information, please call ATP at (800) 227-4610 (US/Canada) or (415) 330-9500 (worldwide); email sales@atp.com; or visit ATP online at www.atp.com
 
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