Aeroji has completed a beta testing phase of its new engine aftermarket platform.
Following the successful test period, the engine market module has been launched to Aeroji’s aircraft engine trading and professional network.
The firm said valuable user feedback helped it to significantly improve the platform and develop its functionalities during the initial phase.
Over 150 companies have registered with Aeroji, contributing to the user experience, including key players and decision makers from major aviation companies as well as from small and medium-sized enterprises, airlines, lessors and MROs.
Dimitri Martel, co-founder and managing director of Aeroji, said: “Aeroji was born out of a difficult time for the aviation industry.
“As the pandemic crisis showed the importance of digital solutions for our business, we decided to take action and develop a new service that will help airlines, lessors, MROs and all other aftermarket players.
“We are grateful to our early users for their feedback and we are excited to present our simple and easy-to-use service to the aviation world.
“As the recovery from the crisis took some time, we had extended the Beta until now to support our customers. And our service will continue supporting the industry in the challenging times ahead as the aviation industry ramps up.”
The recent development has concentrated on engine remarketing workflows to help asset sellers control the marketing channels and gain insights as well as provide sales teams tools to manage portfolios.
Aeroji said it placed a “continuous focus” on the user experience, optimising the design of the platform’s interfaces and the functionalities for desktop or mobile device users.
Semih Dinc, co-founder and CXO of Aeroji, said: “Having a core team with deep aviation expertise gives us the ability to develop the service with a genuine passion and a deep understanding of our customer needs and challenges.”