New York, NY -- Boeing Sikorsky Aircraft Support (BSAS), a joint venture of the Boeing Company and the Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation has begun implementation of the PENTAGON 2000SQL software solution at its main facility at Fort Campbell, KY. BSAS will use PENTAGON 2000SQL for fully-integrated logistics management of all replacement part and accessory repair and overhaul services that BSAS provides to the U.S. Army's 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment at Fort Campbell and elsewhere.
BSAS chose PENTAGON 2000SQL after a multi-year survey of general and aviation-specific software solutions. BSAS determined that PENTAGON 2000SQL provided the broadest range of functionality to reliably and economically meet its unique requirements. Of importance to BSAS in choosing PENTAGON 2000SQL, has been PENTAGON 2000 Software Inc.'s repeated demonstration of its ability to provide all the implementation support services necessary for successful implementation of BSAS's new enterprise-wide solution.
The range of services provided under this program include closed loop supply support, provisioning, field service representatives, logistic planning, warehouse operation, training, publication updates and engineering assistance.
For more information on PENTAGON 2000SQL, visit www.PENTAGON2000.com.
Spirit Aeronautics, a trade name of Spirit Avionics, Ltd, based in Columbus, Ohio, has begun deployment of the Pentagon 2000SQL integrated software platform.
The DAC Aviation solution provided by Pentagon 2000 Software includes a broad set of integrated functions to run inventory management, heavy maintenance, component overhaul & repair, and flight...
It has selected Pentagon 2000SQLTM for integration with its own trading platform catered specifically to the aircraft spare parts aftermarket.
The U.S. Army has purchased 345 LUH aircraft, which will be supported through the HSI CLS program.