Aerospace Product/Service Management
Despite being obsolete by 1939, the Swordfish achieved some spectacular successes during the war. Notable events included sinking one battleship and damaging two others of the the Italian navy during the Battle of Taranto, and the famous attack on the German battleship Bismarck, which contributed to her eventual demise. Swordfish sank a greater tonnage of Axis shipping than any other Allied aircraft during the war. The Swordfish remained in front-line service until V-E Day, having outlived some of the aircraft intended to replace it.
Aerospace Product/Service Management, or Internal Marketing, covers all the internal activities to create the right aerospace product or service and the right evolutionary road-map.
Aerospace Product/Service Definition
Developing a new aerospace product or service for a single customer according to their specification is a straightforward task. It’s more difficult to consolidate often-contradictory requirements when developing a product or service for a broader market.
TriLink has extensive experience in the aerospace market prioritizing and resolving these conflicts to develop a comprehensive customer requirements document. This facilitates the development of an offering that meets with the widest market acceptance, thereby maximizing sales.