Worthington Jet Services selects Quantum Control

Aviation International News » April 2007
March 26, 2007, 12:35 PM

Worthington Jet Services, a subsidiary of aftermarket parts supplier Worthington Aviation, has selected Component Control’s Quantum Control aviation Enterprise Resource Planning software to manage its Part 145 repair facility and hangar operations. Based on Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport, Worthington specializes in maintaining the Saab 340 and Dash 8, Westwind and Citation.

According to president James Walker,  the company is replacing its legacy system to take advantage of additional record-keeping and control benefits offered by Quantum’s aircraft maintenance, shop control and hangar management modules. The software combines aircraft services, hangar management, shop-floor control, inventory management, accounting, e-commerce, sales and invoicing, and other business functions in one updatable software suite.

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