Herzliya, Israel, 3rd November 2015 – BIRD Aerosystems Ltd.BIRD Aerosystems Ltd. announced today that the company has been awarded the Customer Value Leadership Award in the Global Mission Aircraft ISR Systems Market by the prestigious business research and management consulting firm Frost & Sullivan.
As part of the considerations for the award Frost & Sullivan has pointed out that BIRD Aerosystems presented unique capabilities such as: advanced data integration capabilities, mature and proven mission solutions, innovation, ongoing customer support services and a lean and versatile structure which allow the company to bring its client a winning and unique offering and services.
Frost & Sullivan’s consulting manager, Yaki Baranes says:” BIRD’s ASIO solution combines high level of technology, together with advanced system integration. The ASIO solution is unique, innovative, and multi-mission enabled in the C4ISR arena. The ASIO solution is answering key market challenges by using an open architecture and integrative solution which enables the integration of systems that are cost effective and capable of executing tactical missions.
Baranes also added “BIRD enables military and non-military end users to enhance capabilities by using C4ISR systems. The company’s unique structure allows it to individually approach each customer in order to achieve his goals-operational and budget. Strong relationships with customers and successful execution of projects are leading to further contracts and revenues through new procurement or upgrade programs.”
About Frost & Sullivan
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About BIRD Aerosystems
BIRD Aerosystems is a privately owned company established in 2001 and based in Israel. The company specializes in the developing and deploying of two main product lines: Airborne Surveillance, Information and Observation (ASIO) solutions and Airborne Missile Protection Systems (AMPS)
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Yaki Baranes, Consulting Manager, Aerospace, Defense and Security
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