Fit / Form / Function offers security for your procurement period
The life cycles of systems are often longer than those of the components. Replacing components that are no longer available is expensive – unless obsolescence is planned for in due time. In the future, cases of obsolescence will occur in all sectors of the capital goods industry due to the rapidly increasing number of innovations and electronification. That is why a strategic obsolescence management system is indispensable to ensure the long-term availability of products with the required quantity at minimized costs.
This is exactly where CeoTronics’ obsolescence management comes in, ensuring planning security for our customers. With our Fit / Form / Function program, we ensure that the corresponding communication solutions are guaranteed to be in stock for years to come for a defined procurement and use period. We take care of your company and take care of replacements – thereby ensuring technical progress as well.
In addition, we offer you comprehensive technical and logistical support, as well as constant modification of product-specific documents, in addition to our guaranteed security against subsequent purchases.
We know from experience that the longer the life and service life of a system, the more important it is to become proactive and thus ensure the operational safety of the product and ultimately extend the product life to the planned period.
It’s interesting to note that in the aerospace, telecommunications, energy, automotive, railway, and transport technology and military sectors, it is expected that systems can be manufactured, operated, and maintained over an above-average period of often more than 10 years. It is therefore important to react to changing conditions at an early stage.
We develop a tailor-made solution together with you for comprehensive obsolescence management, for identical or replacement products, from manufacture to support and testing systems.
Talk to our experts about the details and avoid cost-intensive supply bottlenecks because, for example, components, assemblies, or software required for the manufacture or repair of your own system are no longer available.