Hansair Increases Investment in Component Control Software to Further Streamline Global BusinessesSAN DIEGO, CA November 14, 2011 --[ASDWire]-- Component Control announced today Hansair Logistics Group (Hansair), a preferred global supplier of aircraft parts and materials, is leveraging Quantum Control to manage its three global aviation supply businesses: Hansair Logistics, Inc., Hansair Engine Group and Hypercoat Enterprises PTE Ltd. The trio of companies distribute both consumable and expendable aviation products through its network of 19 offices and warehouses around the world, to support all of the major airlines and several regional carriers.
Hansair is leveraging Component Control's MRO and Logistics software solution, Quantum Control, to manage sales, inventory management and tracking, business reporting and accounting across its entire enterprise.
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"Quantum has brought significant value to our operations by simplifying our business processes from quote management to shipping, and giving 24/7 visibility of daily processes at any location around the world, from any computer or smartphone," said Pete Patel, Vice President of Sales for Hansair. "There were several critical business reasons why we chose Quantum and continue to invest in the technology for our other offices. One reason is the system's friendly, easily configurable user interface. This promotes quick user adoption so that we get a more rapid return on investment. Another reason is the system's rigid inventory control for stock that imposes security and quality control measures to protect against data corruption. The system is also very 'IT friendly' in that there's no need for constant back-ups or re-indexing of data - it just works. This gives us great peace-of-mind as a global business with multiple operating locations."
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