PwC’s Alumni magazine:
A close look at the aerospace and defense industry reveals a tale of two sectors.
“We try to create an environment that’s conducive to the kind of mentoring we want to happen.”
“No matter what’s going on in the industry, you can’t take a sabbatical on innovation. You just have to make it more affordable.”
“Pick any vertical, and you find a problem with too much data in too many places. The core issue remains sense-making.”
“That’s what’s so tough about the current environment— we have some sense of where the cuts may hit, but we could be blinded-sided in this unpredictable market.”
“It has always been about laying a solid foundation and building on it with each new opportunity.”
— Dave Wajsgras
“Data analytics have almost countless uses, but aren’t useful to a customer unless you marry the data with the right application.”
— Jim Reagan
“Throughout our history, we’ve followed our customers’ lead, which means our story is really the story of the aviation industry.”
— Gary Spulak
After a decade of upside, the aerospace and defense industry must now respond to tighter budgets and changing priorities.