Component Control beats established competition to win the title of 'Best IT Software Provider'
The ATE&M Awards 2012 were celebrated at a sparkling ceremony in Covent Garden, London, last Wednesday night. MRO and Logistics Software provider, Component Control, celebrated success winning the ‘Best IT Software Provider’ category, beating some of the software industry’s best known names to the title. The awards are entirely democratic, and with several thousand votes cast from all areas of the aviation industry, it shows that specialist is definitely deemed best in the field of aviation MRO and Logistics Software solutions.
Component Control’s CEO, Z Bar-On, comments “We are proud to have won this award, and thank all of our customers, partners and peers for their support. It is an honour to be named as the industry’s ‘Best IT Software Provider’ and is something that we take very seriously. We work hard to deliver innovative solutions to streamline everyday business for our growing client base across the world.”
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The awards process started at the beginning of the year when the industry was asked to make their nominations in the six main categories. Following this, a shortlist of finalists was announced and votes were again invited. The ATE&M Awards, now firmly established as a highlight on the aviation calendar, aim to recognise and celebrate success in the commercial aviation aftermarket.
Jason Cordoba, a Director at Component Control, was at the ceremony and collected the award on behalf of the whole company. Jason adds, “To win this celebrated award, against such strong competition, is a great accolade for Component Control. As a business we pride ourselves on the level of service we deliver to each and every one of our customers, and look forward to continuing to work in partnership with them all over the coming years as our businesses grow and develop. Their success is our success!”
Source : Component Control
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