"We developed this product to meet the needs of the small independent dealer, said Daniel Tautges, SVP Component Control. With this product now, anyone, of any size, can use Quantum.”
LAS VEGAS (PRWEB) February 27, 2018
HAI HELI-EXPO - Component Control, a CAMP Systems International Company, and leader in MRO and Logistics Software for the aviation market, announced today the Release of Quantum STEP (Q-STEP), a low cost service for Aviation Traders and Logistics Companies.
Quantum STEP (Stock Trading Enterprise Platform) extends the capabilities of StockMarket.aero’s aviation parts marketplace to offer a comprehensive ERP service for traders. The service includes several features of Quantum’s core aviation software that is in operation at some of the largest global Distributors and Logistics companies.
As a hosted, web-based, Software-as-a-Service model, Q-STEP supports the management of Inventory, Purchasing, Receiving, Vendors, Sales Orders, Invoices, and Repair. The service is directly integrated with StockMarket.aero for real-time inventory availability, as well as the ILS parts service. Additional premium features can also be added to include Lot Costing, Document Imaging and a Finance Bridge to Intuit QuickBooks.
“We developed this product to meet the needs of the small independent dealer,” said Daniel Tautges, SVP Component Control. There was not a competitive product in the market that offered the feature rich capabilities of Q-STEP and we wanted to be able to offer products that customers could grow with (from small to large). With this product now, anyone, of any size, can use Quantum.”
About Component Control
Component Control, a CAMP Systems International Company, is based in San Diego, California, and a leading developer and provider of MRO and Logistics Software solutions for the aviation industry. Supporting the core business of over 1,500 companies in 60 countries Quantum Control Software is the undisputed leader in providing advanced aviation management software and services to original equipment manufacturers, aftermarket service divisions, component repair and overhaul companies, aircraft completion centers, MRO facilities, and part distribution/redistribution companies.