Jet Support Services Introduces JSSI PartsHub at NBAA-BACE

The new procurement platform takes an end-to-end approach to supplying aircraft parts.

JSSI’s new procurement platform gives maintainers better access to parts. [Credit: Shutterstock]

Jet Support Services, a provider of maintenance assistance and financial tools for the business aviation industry, announced the launch of its JSSI PartsHub operation Monday during the NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (BACE) in Las Vegas.

The digital platform gives customers easier access to parts and allows them to manage the procurement process from beginning to end. The system’s procurement portal is powered by the company’s JSSI Parts & Leasing operation, which supplies parts across all makes and models.

“JSSI has become the trusted one-stop source in the industry for hard-to-find material and lease engines, and our inventory position has tripled in the last two years. PartsHub unlocks the power of JSSI Parts & Leasing online,” said Ben Hockenberg, JSSI’s chief operating officer. “We set out to build something unique, not only to digitize the parts buying experience but to enhance it for our clients.”

Among the platform’s key features are direct access to more than 100,000 parts, relevant documentation and certifications, and “buy-it-now” pricing for instant purchase of high-turn parts. The system also provides comprehensive parts information, including aircraft applicability, alternates, and reliability data.

“As JSSI continues on its transformational journey through its use of technology and data-powered products, we challenged ourselves and our partners to design, develop and deliver a [business-to-company]-like intuitive user experience, built on a best-in-class ecommerce platform, which seamlessly connects to a fully API-enabled, cloud-based inventory and order management system,” said Serdar Yorgancigil, JSSI’s chief information officer.

Jonathan Welsh is a private pilot who worked as a reporter, editor and columnist with the Wall Street Journal for 21 years, mostly covering the auto industry. His passion for aviation began in childhood with balsa-wood gliders his aunt would buy for him at the corner store. Follow Jonathan on Twitter @JonathanWelsh4

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