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Continuum Applied Technology and QCM Announce Collaborative Partnership

Continuum Applied Technology, provider of CORRIDOR Aviation Service Software and QCM, a specialist in the field of training, consultancy, aircraft technical management and design change, has announced that through a collaborative partnership, the companies plan to offer regional sales and professional services support for CORRIDOR Software in Europe. The combined knowledge, experience, product offerings, and industry influence of both companies will be beneficial to the efficiency and safety of the aviation maintenance industry across Europe, and together will subsequently define future products and services optimized for both regionally and globally applicable regulations. “We believe that this partnership with QCM will provide a significant benefit to our customers in Europe by eventually establishing a single point of contact for CORRIDOR sales, training, consultation and support activities in the region,” says Mike Greig, general manager of Continuum Applied Technology.…

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