Mils Catalogue and Spare Parts

Make your catalogues interactive to simplify the ordering process.

Our round-the-clock approach heightens our digital offer with an intrinsic consultancy service. We have over 30 years of experience in the field, which we provide to our customers, accompanying and advising them at all stages of project integration.
Catalogue and Spare Parts


The MILS catalogues module makes existing catalogues easily accessible, consultable, and interactive. Through an automated procedure, existing catalogues , whether PDFs, vector files or simple illustrations and bills of material, can be imported. Efficient consultation of spare parts catalogs minimizes the time required to identify codes to order and the risk of error.
Catalogue and Spare Parts


Catalogues are organized hierarchically for easier searching. The user can choose the correct catalogue based on various configurable parameters such as model, year of manufacture and serial number. The tables can be navigated by groups, going from general ensembles down to detail views. The user selects components to be added to the order directly from the table.
Catalogue and Spare Parts


When the virtual shopping cart is checked out, the MILS catalogues module will generate the correct procedure depending on the context in which it is placed. It will either direct the user to the e-commerce module, with direct payment and ordering, or to an order procedure to the business management system. In addition, the digital catalogue can be called up from other software to facilitate the compilation of quotations, bills of material and intervention reports.
Catalogue and Spare Parts


Parts and spares handling management modules allow automation of destination assignment, shipping and receiving procedures. Our systems are interfaced with those of couriers and, through the generation of QR codes, we ensure the tracking of packages throughout the entire logistics chain, creating a single flow that integrates shipping and internal handling, integrated with the company's management system.

Spare parts catalogue

Management of Spare Parts, Hourly Rates, Accessories: Through a dedicated backoffice, the manufacturer can create, upload and manage spare parts, templates and subsequently match them to the respective tables and assemblies. It is also possible to manage kits, assemblies and dependencies.
Products/Markets Matches: each group can then be linked to one or more products/versions and one or more markets, making the solution fully scalable.
Interactive tables: a dedicated algorithm is able to make the balloons of the tables dynamic, when they are uploaded to the back office. Users can thus consult a catalogue enhanced by interactive tables, making it easier to select the part directly from an exploded view.
Simplified code search for customers and technicians: catalogues are organised hierarchically to facilitate their searching. Users can choose the correct catalogue according to various configurable parameters such as model, year of manufacture and serial number, as well as using the global search to directly search for a specific code.
Shopping cart and e-commerce: once spare parts and accessories have been placed in the shopping cart, it is possible to manage their payment through the MILS e-commerce module, using direct payment and ordering, or through an order procedure interfaced with the company management system.

Spare parts return

Identification Rules: the system is able to automatically recognise the parts to be returned on the basis of rules defined independently by the manufacturer in a dedicated back office. The parts to be returned can, however, also be specified manually by company staff in the analysis stages of the case.
Shipping labels and tracking: upon request of spare parts return, the system automatically generates the shipping labels containing the QR code to be included in the package. At the same time, it automatically generates a pick-up order through an interface with the main couriers. This also allows the tracking of shipments along the entire logistics chain.
Scanning returns: through a dedicated function, the system scans the return label for goods recognition upon arrival and generates the corresponding change of status and positioning of the spare parts in the stock.
Checking returned parts: the analysis process on returned parts is tracked through dedicated forms in order not to lose any information on the cause of the part failure. If the part is not damaged, a dealer charge-back process is available.