We the People: A Trained Employee-centric approach to QMS & EHS – by EtQ

[fa icon="calendar'] Mon, Feb 28, 2011 / by Tim Lozier

Last week I spoke a lot about the concept of integration and consolidation (and a little about my Spring cleaning habits).  In the post, I mentioned how in an effort to consolidate and/or integrate business systems, many software solutions would need to serve a dual purpose, or converge.  Specifically, Quality Management Systems and Environmental Health and Safety Systems share enough commonalities that they can easily be converged into a single system.

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8 Simple Rules for Selecting a Quality Management Software System

[fa icon="calendar'] Fri, Aug 13, 2010 / by Tim Lozier

In a market where high-demand causes organizations to seek software systems that will fit into their complex business infrastructure, the pressure to find the right system often causes against to many. Couple that with the host of options out there, and the pressure builds. Often, organizations will "settle" on a system that has most of the functionality they need, but feel that uneasy feeling we all get when we don't get everything we want. That being said, I thought it best to lay out my "8 Simple Rules" on what to look for in a QMS (I have covered this in more detail here).

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