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This premier aircraft manufacturer produced Flying on Demand, Global Market Forecast 2014-2033, a reference book that provides comprehensive economic, financial and political coverage of 200-plus countries. Stakeholders throughout the commercial airline industry rely on the book’s insights regarding product innovation, production and planning.
One of the world’s leading manufacturers of state-of-the-art solutions for armed forces and civil security sectors enabled its strategy for entering APAC markets with granular data built from the bottom up -- e.g., discovering 200+ potential sales opportunities for defense electronics in the region.Learn more about our client’s successes
This aerospace and defense manufacturer avoids backorders in its supply chain by using a best-in-class system to identify and locate critical parts and suppliers. As a result, the company has reduced administrative lead time (ALT) and production lead time (PLT) from months to days by providing single-point access to data for 230,000 forging tools.
A Fortune 500 aerospace company that is addressing industry-wide engineering and knowledge retention challenges -- by using a new system to harness internal and external technical information and derive new ideas across numerous projects -- reports a 10-fold return on investment within the first year.Learn more about our client’s successes
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