Aero Inventory Selects Quantum Control to Launch Global Aftermarket Parts and Services Web Store - aeroinv.comSAN DIEGO, CA, October 06, 2011 --[ASDWire]-- Component Control and Aero Inventory have today announced a deal that will enable the launch of aeroinv.com as a leading online ecommerce resource for sourcing aircraft parts. Quantum Control - a world leading technology system supplied by Component Control - will be used by Aero Inventory to launch its web store, aeroinv.com, which will offer 150,000+ SKU (stock keeping units) of readily available stock; 'buy it now' functionality; transparent pricing and online trace documentation.
"With the introduction and launch of aeroinv.com, our company has strategically grown from a UK- based 'bricks and mortar' operation to a global online aftermarket supplier," said Collin Trupp, Chief Executive at Aero Inventory. "We chose Quantum Control due to its track record in the industry, and to demonstrate our business commitment by leveraging world leading technology systems. Quantum efficiently handles our inventory, which is the largest and most diverse of any supplier in the sector, and it will meet our market needs as we increase our inventory levels and grow our global customer base. Our goal for aeroinv.com is to provide the largest available inventory, supported by trace catalogs and product images, in a quick and efficient process, with secure online buying functionality, in just three to four clicks."
Airports as Catalyst for Economic Growth
Once fully launched, Quantum Control will work in the background to provide a seamless purchase experience that is fully integrated with the warehouse management systems of Aero Inventory's logistics partner, DHL.
The Quantum Control MRO and Logistics solution delivered to Aero Inventory operates on a highly scalable and secure OracleTM database and includes a range of logistics and business modules.
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Source : Component Control