SAN FRANCISCO – ERP.aero, Inc., the maker of cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, announced today the onboarding of Aermotiv (Mesa, AZ), a supplier of aircraft parts and components for operators worldwide. Looking to transition to a new ERP system, Aermotiv chose ERP.aero for its highly customizable, scalable system, and readily available technical support.
“ERP.aero has built an innovative system with the capability to grow with the advances in technology. Their ERP solution has been an excellent choice for us. Not only does the system and the team behind it support us in delivering efficient and high quality service to our customers, it has the flexibility to change to meet our needs as our business scales,”
Director of Aermotiv
ERP.aero is specially designed for managing the purchase, lease, exchange, repair, and sale of aircraft parts. The system features automated quote capabilities, reporting and analytics modules, BI insights, integrated CRM, and capability to integrate with leading aircraft parts marketplaces as well as the web catalogs of OEMs, MROs, and parts distributors. To match pace with the industry innovation and advances in technology, and to ensure it meets the specific needs of its users, ERP.aero is highly customizable.
“We are excited to bring Aermotiv on board and to work with such a talented and experienced team. We are looking forward to helping them achieve their goals of rapid growth with the ERP.aero system,”
Vice President of Business Development at ERP.aero, Inc.
Aermotiv was founded by people who are passionate about Aviation. With over 40 years of experience in the management side of aircraft parts procurement and fluency in nine languages, Aermotiv supplies aircraft parts and components to operators around the world.
ERP.aero is a cloud platform specially designed to provide aerospace manufacturers, suppliers, and MRO organizations with integrated ERP/CRM software to manage purchasing, lease, exchange, repair, and sales of aircraft parts.
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