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InfoTrust launches website for TechSight/X suite of aerospace products.

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California-based software firm InfoTrust Group said that it has launched a new website to tighten the focus of its TechSight/X suite of products for the aerospace industry and reinforce awareness of the TechSight/X brand in the aerospace community.

InfoTrust Group said it has developed technical information management solutions for the aerospace industry over the past w0 years.

The introduction of Boeing's (NYSE: BA) 787 Dreamliner, the upcoming A350 release, and the introduction of other new-generation aircraft make it more critical than ever for original equipment manufacturers and their suppliers, airline operators, and MROs to identify solutions for handling all of their technical information, whether for existing or new-generation fleets, in a cost-effective way, the firm said.

InfoTrust said that its TechSight/X suite of products helps OEMs reduce the complexity of their technical information management systems and increase the quality, market-ability, and value of their manufactured goods to their end-users and partners. For airline operators, it provides a tailored solution to ensure technical information readiness for both existing and new-generation fleets.

The TechSight/X suite of products is a manufacturer-independent solution for technical information management developed specifically for the aerospace industry.

Find out more at www.infotrustgroup.com and www.techsightx.com.

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