Flight Power Repair Group Selects Component Control Software to Manage its FAA Approved Repair FacilitySAN DIEGO, CA - --[ASDWire]-- Component Control announced today Flight Power Repair Group, an FAA / EASA certified repair facility for the Pratt & Whitney JT8D engine line, has selected Quantum Control to manage its specialized repair facility in Doral, Florida, whose services include the overhaul of Disks (LLP's), Spacers, Stators, Cases, Housings, Tubes and Ducts. Flight Power Repair Group is leveraging Quantum to automate all repair shop and materials management operations, ensuring best practices across their business.
"We chose Quantum because it offered every function we needed to manage our inventory and shop repair operations, including integrated quoting, billing, repair information, and data management for regulatory approvals, all in one streamlined and efficient system," said Mario Galego, President of Flight Power Repair Group. "By using Quantum, we are simultaneously maintaining FAA compliant business processes, and keeping accurate maintenance records for our job lines, while we complete the work. This results in reduced operational costs and improved turn times, two competitive advantages that greatly benefit our company and our customers."
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Flight Power Repair Group will also use Component Control's market leading software, Quantum, as a sales tool. Said Galego, "We often mention to potential customers that we use Quantum, a real-time, integrated control system, to manage all of our operations and to comply with regulatory requirements. This instills a lot of confidence in them to trust Flight Power Repair Group as their certified repair partner."
The Quantum Control MRO and Logistics solution delivered to Flight Power Repair Group operates on a highly scalable and secure OracleTM database and includes a range of logistics and business modules. For more information on the specific modules purchased by Flight Power Repair Group, please see appendix one below.
Source : Component Control
Dec 8 - 10, 2014 - Washington, United States