Pattonair’s Project Phoenix successfully completed
Global aerospace and defence supply chain service provider, Pattonair, has announced the successful completion of Project Phoenix on 21 August 2012. Forming part of a major initiative to implement a common ERP system across the company, Project Phoenix was designed to bring the benefits of centralised procurement to its Italian customers.
According to the company, Project Phoenix is an enhancement of Pattonair’s existing system. It was driven by ‘a commitment to add value for money to the experience of Pattonair’s customers who will now be able to access the parts they need online at the most competitive prices’.
The project has been completed within its planned six month timeframe, and Project Phoenix has won ‘a high level of internal recognition’, according to the company. Ongoing development work will bring new functionalities to the system as well as further integration of both Pattonair’s and their customers’ business operations.
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