Air Comm selects Quantum Control Software to streamline its manufacturing and shop control operations
Component Control announced today that Air Comm Corporation (ACC), an industry leader in the design, development, production and certification of Environmental Control, Air Management and Thermal Management Systems for fixed and rotary wing aircraft, has chosen Quantum ControlTM software to manage its accounting, manufacturing and shop control operations.
Keith Steiner, CEO at ACC commented: “ACC has established itself as an industry leader and Quantum will help us further integrate and streamline Operations, Program / Project Management, and Accounting so that we are able to provide an even higher level of service to our customers.”
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ACC’s full range of capabilities include design, manufacture and support for civil and military rotorcraft and fixed-wing environmental control systems, development of custom air management solutions for avionics and electronics cooling systems, fluid systems, pneumatic and electric environmental controls, blowers, valves and ducts, for a wide range of OEM and aftermarket customers. ACC also specializes in electro/mechanical air management systems and component design, development, certification and FAA program management. The company is ISO9000/AS-9100 Rev C certified.
Quantum Control’s Manufacturing Module addresses all aspects of the manufacturing process including product lines, floor control, inspections, materials planning, purchasing and outside servicing. While Quantum’s Shop Control module manages the complete component and assembly repair and overhaul process. Both modules are fully integrated with Quoting, Receiving, Invoicing and Shipping modules.
Steiner continues: “Having all of our manufacturing and services data tied together through Quantum Control will facilitate the sharing of critical product and customer information in real time, to everyone on our team. This will give us actionable data to improve planning and allow us to react to urgent situations more effectively.”
Source : Component Control
Dec 8 - 10, 2014 - Washington, United States