Announcing a Price Reduction of the 'Overview of the Key Websites & Marketplaces for the Aviation/Aerospace Market’ Report and Updated Website

OPM Research has announced that its well-received market research publication, the “Report on the Key Websites & Marketplaces for the Aviation/Aerospace Market” has been reduced in price to under $200 USD. This special pricing has been formalized due to a positive reaction from the market. This unique publication addresses the most important websites and marketplaces that facilitate the trading and repair of aircraft parts, primarily in the Aftermarket. OPM Research has also launched a completely re-vamped website for this product, which provides an increased amount of information for potential customers.

This is one of the first, and possibly the most comprehensive report of its kind on this topic. It gives a snapshot of the current key providers of web-based parts-related trading services for the Aviation Maintenance Repair & Overhaul (MRO) industry. The report examines significant market trends and emerging solutions that will affect both the trade of aircraft parts and how solutions are delivered. Also provided is a non-technical overview of various industry trading mechanisms and technology such as ATA Spec 2000, IATA Type B and Type X (XML) messaging, (PKI) digital signatures and electronic forms (e8130-3s). This unique resource provides all aviation entities which handle aircraft parts with a better understand this important market niche, and the key fundamentals that affect it. These include which types of messaging to use, whether general-purpose search engines (Google, Yahoo) are better than specialized industry sites to locate or advertise spare parts, among other topics.

“The goal of the report is to provide the entire aerospace and aviation community with a means by which to better determine how to optimize their trading (buying or selling) activities, as well as to provide their personnel with a useful reference guide on trading activities, and how to optimize them,” says John Pawlicki, the principal behind OPM Research.

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