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Servigistics starts life cycle Web site

Aug. 4, 2011 at 12:55 PM   |   Comments

ATLANTA, Aug. 4 (UPI) -- A Web site to aid aerospace and defense organizations optimize service life-cycle materials has been started by a U.S. company.

"We recognize that our clients in A&D face unique service business challenges and requirements that call for specialized solutions and processes," said Eric Hinkle, president and chief executive officer of Servigistics, a software solution provider.

"From managing the day-to-day tactical planning required to drive fluid inventory networks to maximizing availability of fleets and weapons systems, this exclusive online resource will help A&D companies find the best solutions and learn how they have helped others meet these challenges successfully."

The new "Servigistics for Aerospace and Defense" Web site will focus on four key areas: aerospace, commercial aviation, defense and MRO. With a library of white papers from industry experts, case studies, articles and more, the Web site is a comprehensive tool that will give A&D companies best practice tips and techniques for tackling complex service lifecycle management issues.

Servigistics offers A&D companies a highly specialized solution that couples state of the art optimization -- to meet operational challenges such as fleet availability, system readiness, maintenance schedules or part fill rates -- with a robust tactical planning model.

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