It’s no secret airlines are increasing demand for parts and maintenance. The aviation aftermarket is dynamic, quickly growing, and varies based on external factors such as aircraft retirements, new aircraft deliveries, airline maintenance practices, and passenger demand.
New innovations are helping B2B industrial manufacturers and distributors find new areas to grow into, save on procurement costs, and make return ordering a snap. Early adopters of aviation eCommerce solutions have allowed manufacturers and distributors to:
- Integrate ERP systems
- Reduce transaction costs
- Improve inventory management
- Increase productivity
- Escalate the speed of customer purchases (new & returning)
Human Element’s Adobe Commerce B2B packages give customers detailed product offerings and easier ways to buy without requiring a phone call or a long, drawn-out sales process, with new, streamlined payment methods and keep track of parts, fulfillment orders, POs, and quality logistics.
With the Aviation Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul (MRO) market expected to reach $116 billion by 2029, it’s easy to see that eCommerce will be rapidly integrated to meet the shifting demands of aviation in a post-COVID world.
So come by and see us at PBEXPO, where you’ll hear from speakers like Joel Klooster, Vice President of Product Management, Partnerships & Strategy at GE Aviation, James Crean, President/CTO and Co-Founder of CREAN, Inc., Michael Levin, CEO of Center for Information Security Awareness, and more, for the #1 event in the Aviation & Aerospace Industries!
We’ll also be joined by our friends from Webscale, the world’s only cloud platform for the successful delivery of modern commerce applications for B2C, B2B, and B2E eCommerce businesses, offering enterprise-grade security, predictive scalability and blazing-fast performance.