PartsBase Inc., a 25-year veteran in the aviation parts business, figured it was time to launch a new online marketplace technology platform designed with new procurement tools for the tens of thousands of monthly users who can access its billions of aviation parts.
“Our platform will adapt as new trends and market requirements emerge, ensuring we’ll able to meet the evolving needs of our users,” says Rodrigo Garcia, chief technology and transformation officer of Boca Raton, Florida-based PartsBase.
PartsStore marketplace offers more than 15 billion aviation parts, plus services
The new marketplace, PartsStore, is available through PartsBase.com, where users can search among more than 15 billion aviation parts, plus market data and repair services. In addition, the marketplace provides application programming interfaces, or APIs, designed to help sellers integrate their PartsStore webstores with the product catalogs and content management systems they may have on their own ecommerce platforms.
Sellers on PartsStore can use the marketplace’s data on transaction activity to track pricing trends and market demand, PartsBase says. PartsBase built PartsStore on the OroMarketplace platform from Oro Inc.
PartsBase plans to add PartsStore online checkout features including the ability to view order delivery times. The marketplace will provide such features to help aviation companies manage maintenance and repairs. That will allow them to limit their amount of “aircraft on ground” periods and maximize revenue-producing flight times, PartsBase says.
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