SUNFLOWER SYSTEMS JOINS THE AEROSPACE INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION AS FULL MEMBER
Sunflower’s COO Jeffrey Polyak will serve as the company’s key representative on the AIA Government Property Systems Committee
ARLINGTON, VA – Sunflower Systems today announced that they have joined the Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) as a full member. Through this membership, Sunflower expects to expand its relationships with the leading engineering, manufacturing, and design companies in the growing Aerospace industry.
Founded only a few years after the birth of flight and based in Arlington, VA, the Aerospace Industries Association is the most authoritative and influential trade association representing more than 300 major aerospace and defense companies and their suppliers, embodying every high-technology manufacturing segment of the U.S. aerospace and defense industry including civil, military and business aircraft, helicopters, unmanned aircraft systems, space systems, aircraft engines, homeland and cybersecurity systems, materiel and related components, equipment services and information technology. The AIA is led by a Board of Governors that consists of senior representatives (generally chief executive officers) of member companies, and an Executive Committee.
“Becoming a full member of AIA provides a tremendous opportunity for Sunflower Systems to benefit from the vision and expertise of the nearly 300 members who participate in advancing productivity and efficiency throughout the aerospace industry”, said Jeffrey Polyak, Sunflower’s Chief Operating Officer. “Many of the companies we support are also members of AIA and our ability to collaborate with them in this kind of forum provides a unique opportunity for all of us to help advance the role that aerospace plays in the global economy”.
A hallmark of AIA is that it receives its policy guidance from the direct involvement of CEO-level officers of the country’s major aerospace companies. The government frequently seeks advice from AIA on issues, and AIA provides a forum for government and industry representatives to exchange views and resolve problems on non-competitive matters related to the aerospace industry. The association concentrates on issues covering civil aviation, space, national security, international and procurement & finance.
Sunflower also announced that its Chief Operating Officer, Jeffrey Polyak, will represent the company as its key representative on the Property Systems Subcommittee. “Direct participation on the Subcommittee enables Sunflower to share its proficiency in Property Management, comprising both process and technology expertise, with other member organizations so they can deliver maximum value to their stakeholders including suppliers, shareholders, and the government”, said Polyak. “Our team is committed to helping advance the value that property systems deliver to the aerospace industry.”
About Sunflower Systems
Sunflower Systems is an enterprise asset management solutions company specializing in the deployment of software tools and business processes to simplify asset management tasks. Sunflower’s portfolio of solutions enables organizations to improve decision-making, accountability and regulatory compliance for all types of assets including personal property, real property, IT assets, materials, vehicles and more. Sunflower Systems offers a wide range of services including software implementation, training, consulting and operational support. Sunflower Systems has been serving the property management needs of federal government agencies, universities, government contractors and national laboratories since 1997. The company has offices in San Ramon, California and Arlington, Virginia. For more information, please call 866-209-3516 or visit our website at http://www.sunflowersystems.com.
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