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In March we posted this article and listings of MRO IT resources for ERP, maintenance management and point solutions. We didn't include the whole description of Component Control, so here it is:

Component Control, based in San Diego, Calif., develops and provides MRO and Logistics Software solutions for the aviation industry. Its core product, Quantum Control, provides advanced aviation management support to original equipment manufacturers, aftermarket service divisions, component repair and overhaul companies, fixed based operators, aircraft completion centers, airlines, MRO facilities, and part distribution / redistribution companies.

Many airlines rely on Quantum’s customers for critical activities, such as airframe, component and engine maintenance, parts/spares management and overall safety issues, or a combination of many of these. In 2012, Component Control secured over 120 contracts with customers forming part of a large ecosystem of thousands of repair stations and fixed based operators across the industry. For more information, please visit www.componentcontrol.com

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