Avioserv invest in Quantum Max Q Oracle database


Company uses Component Control to manage aircraft parts

Component Control announced
that Avioserv San Diego continues to grow its IT infrastructure by moving to the
Quantum Max-Q Oracle database.

“We’ve seen the use of
Quantum explode over the years so that it is now viewed as the industry standard,”
comments Jennifer Bowman, executive vice president of finance at
Avioserv.  “Since the majority of our trading partners are using the same
software it’s become easier to do business with the supply chain and our
customers because of the accuracy of engine and parts data and overall gain in

Avioserv was one of the
first aviation companies to use inventory bar coding in 2004 and since then the
company has bar coding and trace document imaging to enhance its inventory
management and quoting processes. 

Bowman continued, “While
we’ve come to rely on Quantum for its stability and reliability, the migration
to Quantum’s Max-Q Oracle database will serve to increase system scalability,
security, speed and performance.  These capabilities will be significant
as we continue to focus on LEAN principles to grow our global business.”