read our "Alert my buyers" blog, you will know that AvSMART.aero
not only displays self-audits and approvals but the system is also there to
help you encourage others within the aviation to community to stop paper
forms and get on-line. A frequent comment from our users is, "We love
the system, but how can we get all our suppliers on there". Well, here at AvSMART.aero there's nothing
we would love better than for every aviation supplier to be on board and so we created "New Supplier Request" so you can ask your full vendor list to give AvSMART.aero their consideration. The more buyers who use this feature pro-actively, the more suppliers will understand your acceptance and support of the system. Just follow these simple steps:
Monday 15 February 2016
Tuesday 9 February 2016
aim at AvSMART.aero is to entirely remove the paper self-audits you are asked to complete and to simply complete and maintain just one on-line self-audit. So, if you're still receiving paper self-audits from your suppliers, you will find the "Alert my Buyers" feature within
"MyAvSMART" really useful.
To let all your customers know where to find the latest self-audit and approval information for your company:
Monday 1 February 2016
|Those of you who are AvSMART advocates will already know that you can link your ILSmart inventory and capability to your self-audit and approvals at www.avsmart.aero so this is just a quick update, or a bit of information for those who weren't aware.
ILSmart is the world's largest and most active aviation marketplace, it's where buyers find the best supplier for their often hard to find spares. With thousands of suppliers listing hundreds of thousands of spares, the likelihood is you'll find what you need listed on ILS. A delay in purchase can, however, arise when the supplier is unknown or new to the buyer, and therefore not on their approved supplier list. The paperwork involved to achieve approved status can delay a purchase, and even a flight. This is particularly problematic out of hours, in AOG or critical situations, when the Quality Manager at the supplying company isn't around to complete paper forms and provide the quality information necessary prior to purchase. As well as the possibility of grounding an aircraft, this may mean the loss of a sale before it has started. You can't account for this, it's an unknown loss of "nearly sales". ILSmart and AvSMART created the "Smartlink" taking you directly from the part search results page on ILS to the supplier's self audit in AvSMART. Now the buying company can confidently and instantly approve a new supplier. And that could be the start of a beautiful business relationship turning "nearly sales" into "really sales" :)
AvSMART with ILSmart..... Smarter together.