Supporting and streamlining helicopter service operations
Exhibiting at Heli-Expo 2013, Component Control will demonstrate how their market leading MRO and logistics software, Quantum ControlTM, is the ideal solution to streamline helicopter service operations and increase business wide efficiency and effectiveness.
Quantum ControlTM already has a strong track record within the Helicopter sector, with a number of high profile customers using the software to manage their day-to-day operations. Component Control has many rotor wing customers including RLC, the largest privately-held helicopter operator in the Gulf of Mexico, and Air Comm Corporation, market leaders in the design, development, production and certification of Environmental Control, Air Management and Thermal Management Systems for fixed and rotary wing aircraft.
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Another established customer is Helicopters Inc., who use Quantum ControlTM to manage its nationwide base of service facilities in support of their fleet of news-gathering helicopters. Dan McFarlane, Accounting Manager at Helicopters Inc., adds “It was critical that our new software solution enabled cost accounting by helicopter, or tail number, so that we always have clear financial and business visibility into each asset. Quantum ControlTM has delivered this and much more, helping us to run our business more efficiently and cost effectively.” As the owner and end-user of 75 helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft, Helicopters Inc. has leveraged Quantum ControlTM to enable financial reporting in real-time, down to the asset level. It is also well on its way to creating a paperless environment, starting with electronic documentation that fulfills FAA regulatory reporting requirements. Other benefits Helicopters Inc. has realized through the implementation of Quantum include more inventory controls, comprehensive asset tracking and automation of external reporting for both regulatory and corporate requirements.
Source : Component Control