Aerospace & Defense:

STEM Xpert Aerospace and Defense engineering solutions can help you sustain a competitive edge, drive long-term revenue advantage, stay customer-oriented and deliver innovative, quality aerospace engineering design services within time and budget.

The Aerospace & Defense Industry is undergoing significant changes and pressures due to a globalizing competitive landscape and customer needs for lower costs. Doing more with less is now the mantra and organizations who best respond to these challenges will be in the best position to prosper over the coming years. This change brings with it challenges for collaboration, and opportunities to take advantage of a globally available talent pool. In recent times, there have been initiatives to set-up design centers, MROs and production facilities through partnerships with local players in countries like india and china. Developing countries are fueling an ever rising demand for commercial aircraft as well as defense systems needed in an increasingly hostile world. Today the industry is faced with challenges like raising cost pressures, increased time to market, growing use of new technologies such as composites, globalization, and regulatory management. Competition is increasing and coming from established countries as well as newly industrialized regions. Ageing workforce within the major OEMs and lack of scalable replacements has been a major cause of concern. With these changes, business complexity has also increased as organizations must collaborate on a global scale with customers, partners, and suppliers.

STEM Xpert provides the technology and expertise to help companies drive results across the entire product life cycle in engineering design and manufacturing realization processes. Our mission and complete focus is centered on delivering measurable value to the engineering and manufacturing industry.


The aviation industry is a highly networked industry where recruitments are done more through contacts, advertisements and references. Organisations are in need of science, technology and engineering talent to continue to support future growth. It employs rare and specialized skill sets, with niche requirements. Attracting and retaining critical talent is increasingly viewed as a top strategic issue by C-suite executives, boards of directors, and senior human resources executives.

  • Procuring cost-efficient products and services in short time spans
  • Collaborating with global engineering partners
  • Consolidating and restructuring the global aerospace industry, redefining OEM and tier suppliers relationships
  • Increasing private participation within defense
  • Sourcing skilled resources to meet rising demands