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Component Control Announced As ARSA Preferred Provider for MRO and Logistics Software

ALEXANDRIA, VA, January 30, 2012 – The Aeronautical Repair Station Association (ARSA) has selected Component Control as its preferred provider of maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) and logistics software solutions.

“We are pleased to have Component Control designated as our association’s preferred provider for MRO business management software,” said Paul Hawthorne, ARSA vice president of quality. “ARSA preferred providers must have a reputation for quality, strong and credible industry references, and an established record serving the needs of our member companies. Component Control fulfills these requirements and their software will be an excellent, trusted resource for our membership.”

ARSA’s partnership with Component Control will present repair stations with fully integrated business software solutions specifically developed and designed for the aviation MRO industry. The use of Component Control’s Quantum MRO and Logistics software will promote comprehensive and safe adherence to the regulations with which certificated repair stations must comply. It also steers ‘best practice’ procedures to ensure the maintenance of rigorous quality guidelines, enabling aviation repair and manufacturing businesses to optimize operational performance.

“Component Control has the largest footprint in the MRO/aviation software industry and a successful track record supporting our customers’ growth ambitions, using Quantum as their operational foundation for MRO and logistics,” said Z Baron, CEO of Component Control. “This designation is a testament to our software’s capabilities and value for repair stations. We look forward to forging more close partnerships with ARSA members and helping them to meet the competitive challenges of today’s aviation industry.”

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ARSA is an Alexandria, Virginia-based trade association that represents aviation maintenance and manufacturing companies. Founded in 1984, the association has a distinguished record of advocating for repair stations, providing regulatory compliance assistance to the industry, and representing repair stations on Capitol Hill and in the media.

Contact:
Jason Langford
Director of Communications
703 739 9543

Component Control, based in San Diego, Calif., is a leading developer and provider of 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 base operators, aircraft completion centers, airlines, MRO facilities, and part distribution / redistribution companies. Quantum is installed in over 50 countries and can be deployed as a single-site or multinational solution. For more information, please visit www.componentcontrol.com.

Company Contact:
Jocelyn Scott
Executive Vice President, Customer Services
Component Control
619 696 5449
Jocelyn@componentcontrol.com

Media Contact:
Jane Goring
Inter Relations & Company
jane@inter-relations.co.uk
~~~ posted 1/30/12 ~~~



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