BAE Systems Presents New Web Service

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BAE Systems has launched a new website to present its new web site service called Advanced Component Obsolescence Management that helps government and commercial customers manage obsolete parts for complex systems and platforms.

“Our customers can never assume that the parts they purchase today will be available tomorrow,” said Gordon Eldridge, vice president and general manager of Aerospace Solutions at BAE Systems. “AVCOM offers an accurate, reliable and affordable solution to meet this challenge, plus a proven track record of success.”

AVCOM enables users to forcast when a part will become obsolete or too expensive and then finds suitable replacements from across the marketplace. The tool is designed for multiple needs and budgets from the inexpensive, small-scale projects to large-scale, complex requirements.

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