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How to Choose Quality Management Software?

by | Apr 25, 2024 | QMS

Quality management software is a digital platform designed to automate and streamline quality management processes within a company.

A Quality Management System (QMS) software helps ensure high and uniform quality of products and services in compliance with customer and regulatory requirements. The QMS software provides tools for managing quality-related tasks, such as document control, change management, training management, audit management, and supplier management, among others.

Choosing the right quality management software is essential for optimizing quality processes, ensuring compliance, increasing operational effectiveness, decreasing workload, and reducing costs.

Selecting QMS software requires going through a series of steps and considering various aspects, which will be explained in this article. These steps and considerations are essential for making an informed decision that aligns with the company’s needs and objectives.

SimplerQMS provides comprehensive QMS software designed to meet the unique needs of Life Science companies. Book a demo with our Quality Solution Consultants to learn more.

Table of Contents

1. Assess Your Requirements

The first step in choosing the right QMS software is a thorough assessment of the company’s specific needs and objectives related to customer and regulatory requirements.

Companies should identify all relevant guidelines, quality standards, and regulations to which they must comply.

The requirements may include general guidelines for computerized systems effectiveness, like ISPE GAMP 5, and general QMS requirements, such as ISO 9001:2015. They may also encompass specific requirements for medical device QMS, such as ISO 13485:2016, pharmaceutical QMS, such as ICH Q10, and medical laboratory competence standards, like ISO 15189:2022, among many others.

Additionally, companies should outline functional requirements, such as the system’s capability to perform specific tasks to ensure the software fulfills all necessary criteria. For instance, the system must be able to generate time-stamped audit trails, be deployed as a cloud-based solution, integrate with other systems, and support compliant electronic signatures.

2. Research and Compare QMS Software Vendors

Companies must gather all relevant information about QMS software vendors and their solutions to make informed decisions.

What Is the Key Information to Request From a Vendor?

The key information to request from a QMS software vendor includes product features, pricing structure, implementation process, support services, and other details. Information is typically obtained through Requests for Information (RFI), Requests for Quotation (RFQ), and Requests for Proposal (RFP).

Below is a description of what RFI, RFQ, and RFP entail:

  • Request for Information (RFI): An RFI is a formal document used to gather general information from vendors about products, services, features, and pricing models.
  • Request for Quotation (RFQ): An RFQ is a solicitation document used to request specific pricing information from potential vendors for a defined set of product features, number of users, license types, and implementation scope. RFQ allows for cost comparisons and helps determine budget feasibility.
  • Request for Proposal (RFP): An RFP is a formal document sent to shortlisted vendors to submit proposals detailing how they would meet the requirements outlined by the requesting company. RFP typically includes information on implementation plans, support services, deliverables, number of users, chosen license type, timelines, and pricing.

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3. Select Relevant QMS Software Vendors

Companies should identify and choose QMS software vendors whose solutions align with the company’s specific needs and requirements. These needs and requirements should be clearly defined through the processes of RFI, RFQ, and RFP.

When selecting QMS software vendors, it is important to consider vendor reputation and customer feedback and review from reputable review platforms such as G2, Gartner, TrustRadius, Capterra, Software Suggest, GetApp, and others.

Customer feedback and reviews offer insights into the real-world experiences of other users, providing valuable information on the QMS software’s reliability, usability, and customer support. Assessing the vendor’s reputation helps gauge their credibility, track record, and commitment to customer satisfaction.

For example, customers praise SimplerQMS for its intuitive interface and excellent customer support. Customers of SimplerQMS also emphasize great value for money and ease of use.

It is important to note that each QMS software vendor may have reviews that highlight its unique characteristics. These reviews can provide valuable insights for companies when selecting a vendor for further analysis.

4. Get Demos and Have Meetings

Companies should request a system demonstration from selected QMS vendors so they can view firsthand how the QMS software operates. The demonstration provides an opportunity to assess the user interface, functionality, and suitability of the QMS software for the company’s needs. Before scheduling a demonstration, some vendors may conduct initial discovery and qualification calls.

Multiple follow-up meetings may be necessary to explore specific software modules more deeply and ensure a comprehensive understanding of the QMS software’s capabilities.

In a typical demo meeting with SimplerQMS, a Quality Solution Consultant provides an overview of the software’s features and functionalities. The overview is followed by a live demonstration showcasing key aspects such as document control, change management, and training management modules. After the demonstration, the discussion typically shifts to pricing and licensing options. Follow-up meetings can be scheduled to explore specific modules in more detail based on the company’s requirements.

5. Consider Getting a Trial

Companies can consider requesting a free trial of the QMS software to evaluate its functionality, usability, and compatibility with their workflows and processes before committing.

The trial period allows users to explore the features, test various functionalities, and assess how the software complies with specific customer and regulatory requirements.

SimplerQMS offers a sandbox trial so that potential customers can experience the software firsthand before committing. The trial period allows users to explore the features and functionalities of SimplerQMS in a simulated environment.

Many SimplerQMS customers have found value in conducting a sandbox trial before making their final decision. The trial allows potential customers to thoroughly evaluate the QMS software and its capabilities in a risk-free setting.

6. Shortlist QMS Software Vendors

Companies should narrow the list of QMS software vendors to those that best meet the company’s needs and requirements. At this stage, a company choosing a QMS software may have shortlisted 3 to 5 QMS vendors based on information gathered from demos, meetings, and trials.

Companies should assess QMS vendors and software beyond the initial cost and consider the solution’s overall value to their quality management processes.

Additionally, companies can ask for references and case studies from similar companies operating in their industry. Customer references provide insights into the real-world experiences and benefits of using QMS software.

7. Get a Demonstration of Specific Use Cases

Companies often ask shortlisted QMS software vendors to provide specific demonstrations tailored to address unique use cases and scenarios relevant to the company’s daily operations.

Exploring how the QMS software addresses specific use cases allows for a more detailed assessment of the software’s capabilities and suitability.

For example, a medical device manufacturer may request a demonstration of how the QMS software manages the design control process, including design verification and validation.

Alternatively, a pharmaceutical company may request a demonstration of how the QMS software handles deviation management processes, including a direct escalation to CAPA (Corrective and Preventive Actions).

At SimplerQMS, customers often request in-depth sessions to fully understand the QMS software’s capabilities. These sessions involve a comprehensive overview of the various modules and functionalities, such as document control, change management, and training, among others. Such in-depth sessions may last 2 to 3 hours and accommodate multiple stakeholders.

8. Negotiate With Shortlisted QMS Providers

Companies should negotiate with the shortlisted QMS providers to secure favorable terms that align with the company’s budget and requirements.

To ensure a comprehensive negotiation process, it is essential to address various relevant aspects, such as the ones presented below.

  • Pricing: Negotiate the pricing structure to ensure it aligns with the company’s budget and provides value for money.
  • Contract Terms: Discuss and agree upon the terms of the contract, including payment schedules, termination clauses, and renewal terms.
  • Implementation Timelines: Establish realistic timelines for implementing a new QMS software. Consider factors such as data migration, training, system configuration, as well as upcoming audits, or other internal projects.
  • Support Services: Define the level of support services the vendor provides, including availability, response times, and escalation procedures for addressing technical issues.
  • Customization Needs: Discuss the availability of additional features and customization that may not be included in the base price but are crucial for the company’s specific needs.
  • Total Cost of Ownership (TCO): Calculate the TCO of the QMS software, including initial costs, ongoing maintenance, support fees, and any additional charges for customization or upgrades.
  • Service Level Agreements (SLAs): Determine the SLAs that define the level of service expected from the vendor, such as uptime guarantees, response times for support queries, and resolution times for issues.
  • Training and Support Options: Evaluate the vendor’s training and support options, including on-site training, online resources, and technical support staff availability.
  • Vendor Roadmap: Assess the vendor’s roadmap for future upgrades and improvements to ensure the software remains relevant and aligned with the market needs.
  • Legal and Compliance Issues: Address key legal and compliance issues during negotiation, such as data privacy laws, regulatory requirements, and intellectual property rights.
  • Contract Review: Emphasize the importance of a detailed review of the contract by legal counsel before signing.

9. Make Final Decision

Companies should choose the QMS software vendor that best aligns with their requirements. The choice is made after considering all gathered information, including demonstrations, trials, and negotiations. The ideal QMS software provider offers a complete solution to streamline quality management.

Additional aspects to consider when making the final decision include the following.

  • Achieving Consensus Among Key Stakeholders: Companies must ensure alignment and consensus among key stakeholders, including quality management and IT departments. This ensures the chosen QMS software adequately addresses cross-functional needs and requirements.
  • Review of the Proposed Implementation Plan: Thoroughly assess the proposed implementation plan, including timelines, resource requirements, and milestones. Such implementation plan assessment helps determine its feasibility and alignment with organizational capabilities and constraints.
  • Evaluation of Scalability: Companies should evaluate the software’s ability to scale and adapt to future business growth and evolving quality management needs. Ensure that it can accommodate expanding operations and increased complexities over time.
  • Flexibility of Contract Terms: Examine the flexibility of contract terms, including provisions for contract adjustments, renewals, and termination. Ensure the agreement remains adaptable to changing circumstances and needs.
  • Final Evaluation Meeting: Organize a final evaluation meeting with the decision-making team to discuss all findings, assessments, and analyses. Facilitate a comprehensive review and ensure everyone is aligned before making the final decision.

The following sections will delve deeper into various aspects to consider during the QMS software selection process. The sections below elaborate on the features and characteristics of good QMS software, additional factors to consider, questions to ask QMS software vendors and risks of choosing the wrong eQMS.

What More to Consider When Selecting QMS Software?

When selecting QMS software, companies should consider factors that align with their quality management needs and objectives.

Key considerations include the eQMS software’s functionality, customer support, compliance with requirements, and the ability to integrate with other systems, among others.

What Features Should You Look for in QMS Software?

Some of the features companies should look for in QMS software are described below.

  • Out-Of-The-Box Workflows: Out-of-the-box workflows are preconfigured workflows that guide users through quality management processes. Preconfigured workflows accelerate system implementation and adoption, help save time, and ensure regulatory compliance and consistency.
  • Electronic Signatures: Electronic signatures are digital representations of handwritten signatures used to authenticate documents in electronic format. Modern QMS software must provide FDA 21 CFR Part 11 and EU GMP Annex 11-compliant electronic signatures to enable secure and compliant process control.
  • Audit Trails: Audit trails are chronological records that document every action taken within a system. Time-stamped audit trails within the QMS software ensure accountability and data integrity.
  • Reminders and Email Notifications: Choose software with automatic reminder and notification functionalities to keep users informed and ensure timely action on tasks.
  • Data Visibility: Opt for QMS software that offers data visibility features, including exporting data and generating quality Key Performance Indicator (KPI) reports.
  • User Interface and Usability: Prioritize QMS software with an intuitive user interface and usability features to enhance user adoption and productivity.
  • Security Features: Look for software with strong security features. Key features include user access control, multi-factor authentication (MFA), and unique user identification (ID). These security features safeguard sensitive information and ensure compliance with data protection requirements.

Moreover, companies must ensure that the QMS software offers all the necessary quality management modules that align with their organizational needs and meet customer and regulatory requirements.

What Characteristics Define Good eQMS Software?

The characteristics of good eQMS software are as follows.

  • Software Vendor’s Industry Experience: The QMS software should be provided by a vendor with industry experience. Good eQMS software offers specialized solutions tailored to the unique needs and requirements of specific industries. Choose an eQMS developed by vendors with extensive industry experience relevant to your field. For example, SimplerQMS is designed specifically for the Life Science industry.
  • Deployment/Hosting Options: QMS software vendors offer various deployment options to accommodate organizational preferences and requirements, including cloud-based and on-premise hosting. Choose a QMS solution that offers deployment options aligned with your company’s preferences.
  • Configuration Possibilities: Some companies need configurable quality management software. In these cases, companies should choose QMS software that allows such flexibility. Select QMS software that effectively supports the workflows and processes within the company.
  • Integration Possibilities: Some companies require QMS software integrations with other systems and tools used within the company. Opt for an eQMS solution that seamlessly integrates with existing systems and tools, enabling efficient data exchange and workflow automation.
  • Compliance: Good eQMS software supports compliance with the applicable customer and regulatory requirements. Ensure compliance with industry requirements by choosing an eQMS software that complies with FDA and EU regulations, ISO standards, and other relevant requirements.
  • Computer System Validation (CSV): Computer System Validation is the process of ensuring that a computerized system functions as intended. Some companies need QMS software validation. These companies should choose a quality management software vendor that provides a validated solution. Validated QMS software should provide documentation and support to demonstrate the QMS software’s validation as required in highly regulated industries.
  • Continuous Improvement and Development: Good eQMS software vendors demonstrate a commitment to continuous improvement and development. Vendors regularly update features and functionalities to meet evolving industry needs and technological advancements. Select an eQMS vendor committed to continuous improvement, ensuring the QMS software remains relevant and effective over time.
  • Scalability: QMS software should allow for scalability to accommodate organizational growth and changing needs. Invest in scalable eQMS software that can expand alongside the company without sacrificing performance or efficiency.

What Additional Factors Should Be Considered When Selecting QMS Software?

Some additional factors companies should consider when selecting QMS software are mentioned below.

Total Pricing

Consider the Total Cost of Ownership (TOC) for implementing the QMS software. The TOC is the comprehensive assessment of all direct and indirect costs associated with owning and operating a product or system over its entire lifecycle.

The TOC includes upfront fees, recurring costs, any additional expenses associated with customization or integration, and more.

License Model

Evaluate the licensing model of the software to ensure it aligns with the company’s budget and usage requirements.

A flexible license model ensures optimal utilization of resources and maximizing the QMS software’s value proposition.

Hidden Costs

Consider potential hidden expenses associated with paid features. These features can include implementation, training, ongoing support, hosting fees, and additional storage space requirements.

For example, SimplerQMS provides a comprehensive, all-inclusive solution, including implementation, support, training, hosting, and more, all of which are included in the yearly license cost.

Document Migration

Assess the ease and cost of migrating existing documents and data from the company’s current system to the new QMS software.

Document migration poses challenges, particularly during the shift from paper-based to electronic systems, increasing the risk of data loss.

SimplerQMS addresses this concern by assisting customers in seamlessly migrating their existing documents into the system, ensuring a smooth transition and preserving critical data integrity.

Free QMS Templates

Determine if the software vendor offers a free template package for quality management documents and records.

Free QMS templates are useful during the initial stages of building a QMS or when companies want to review their current templates against best practices during QMS software implementation.

Examples of QMS templates that SimplerQMS provides include quality manuals, standard operating procedures (SOPs), work instructions, and forms.

Below are examples of procedures and instructions that SimplerQMS provides to all customers.

  • Document Control
  • Change Control
  • Complaints Handling
  • Nonconformance
  • CAPAs
  • Education and Training
  • Purchasing
  • And other procedures and instructions.

Below are examples of templates and forms that SimplerQMS provides to all customers.

  • Audit Plan Template
  • Change Request Form
  • Education and Training Plan Template
  • Nonconformance Report Template
  • Risk Assessment and Control (RAC-FMEA) Form
  • CAPA Form
  • Customer Complaint Form
  • Supplier Review Form
  • And other templates and forms.

Implementation Process

Understand the steps involved in implementing the QMS software, including timeline, resources required, and potential disruptions to daily operations. A well-planned and executed QMS software implementation process is crucial for swiftly adopting the solution and unlocking its full value.

The SimplerQMS implementation process takes an average of 6 weeks and follows a structured, phased approach. The eQMS implementation process encompasses a kick-off meeting, system configuration, document creation and migration, and unlimited personnel training. Once configured and trained, the customer transitions to production.

Customer Support

Evaluate the quality and availability of customer support services provided by the software vendor, including response times, channels of communication, level of expertise, and the answer quality.

Responsive and helpful customer support ensures timely assistance to resolve issues, minimizing downtime and optimizing productivity. Effective support also fosters user satisfaction and confidence in the QMS software.

Customers often praise SimplerQMS’s performance, affordability, and exceptional customer service. For instance, a client testimonial on Capterra praised SimplerQMS for delivering the best customer support experience witnessed in 15 years.

“Highly recommendable system, good price-performance ratio, best customer service ever experienced for any software application in 15 years business life.”

Ursina H.
Head of Regulatory & Quality Affairs
Medical Devices, 11-50 employees

User Training

Consider the availability of training resources and programs to ensure users can effectively utilize the QMS software and maximize its benefits.

Evaluate the available training delivery formats, such as video libraries, workshops, live calls, or in-person training sessions, to accommodate various learning preferences.

Inquire about any limitations on training hours and whether additional training can be purchased if needed. Understanding the amount of training available and the flexibility to extend it ensures users can effectively learn how to utilize the software.

SimplerQMS provides comprehensive training through live calls, videos, and written materials. Customers of SimplerQMS can benefit from an unlimited number of training hours.

User Access Restrictions

Determine the software’s capability to restrict user access to sensitive information within the QMS software. User access restrictions ensure data security and compliance with security requirements.

User access control is useful when different user roles have varying authorization levels. User access restrictions limit access to confidential documents or critical quality documentation to authorized personnel with specific permission levels only.

For example, QMS software by SimplerQMS allows for user restrictions based on company site, project, or document confidentiality levels.

Non-Quality Documents

Assess whether the QMS software can be effectively utilized for managing non-quality-related documents, such as HR documents, marketing, and finance management, among others.

Companies can benefit from using modern QMS software that also allows them to manage non-quality documents. Managing both quality and non-quality documents in one system eliminates scattered storage solutions.

SimplerQMS offers non-quality document management. Our eQMS software eliminates the need for additional document management and storage solutions such as SharePoint, Dropbox, or Google Drive.

Localization and Translation

Companies in need of QMS software in a particular language should prioritize QMS solutions that offer multilingual functionality.

Having the system interface translated into the local languages provides global support and promotes user acceptance. A multi-language solution empowers companies with sites in different regions to configure the system according to their specific language, increasing user engagement.

What Questions Should Be Asked When Evaluating QMS Software?

When evaluating QMS Software, companies should consider asking QMS vendors the following questions.

What happens if I do not have an internet connection?

When selecting a cloud-based QMS software, inquire about offline access options or backup plans in case of internet connection issues.

How do the software’s deployment options align with the IT strategy?

Evaluate how the software’s deployment options align with the company’s IT strategy and infrastructure.

Can the software be easily integrated with existing systems?

Assess the software’s compatibility and ease of integration with existing systems and software applications. For example, compatibility with systems like Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS), Manufacturing Execution System (MES), Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), and more.

How does the vendor ensure compliance with the industry’s regulatory requirements?

Request information on how the vendor ensures compliance with relevant industry regulations, standards, and guidelines that outline requirements for QMS and related processes.

QMS software vendors present compliance with requirements using the User Requirement Specification (URS). The URS outlines the specific needs and expectations of the end-users regarding the software’s functionality and features.

The URS involves detailing how the QMS software supports compliance with requirements such as ISO 9001:2015, ISO 13485:2016, MDR, IVDR, EudraLex Volume 4 GMP, FDA 21 CFR Part 11, 211, and 820, and others.

What are the system’s capabilities for growth and scalability to match the business’s expansion?

Inquire about the scalability and growth capabilities of the system to accommodate your business’s expansion plans.

For example, if the company expands internationally or diversifies its product lines, the QMS software must easily scale to support increased users, data volumes, and geographical locations without sacrificing performance.

What Are the Risks Associated With Choosing the Wrong eQMS?

Below are the key risks of choosing the wrong QMS software which can be avoided by following the QMS software selection steps.

It is important to note that companies should perform a risk assessment related to the eQMS. A proper risk assessment identifies potential risks associated with choosing the wrong QMS software and helps define the company’s User Requirements Specification (URS).

Noncompliance With Requirements

Not clearly understanding the company’s customer and regulatory requirements can lead to selecting software that does not address specific compliance and quality management needs.

Utilizing QMS software that is not compliant with applicable requirements can result in regulatory violations, customer dissatisfaction, and increased operational risks. 

Companies should thoroughly document and analyze all applicable requirements to avoid this risk. Companies should also involve key stakeholders from relevant departments to ensure comprehensive coverage of all needs and objectives.

Inefficient Quality Processes

Choosing the wrong eQMS can result in inefficient quality processes. The QMS software may not align with the company’s workflow or lack essential features. Inefficient processes can lead to wasted time, manual workarounds, and reduced productivity.

To avoid this risk, companies should thoroughly assess the QMS software’s compatibility with existing processes. Schedule demos with multiple vendors to explore a diverse range of features, functionalities, and user interfaces, allowing for a more informed comparison and evaluation.

Limited Scalability

An eQMS that lacks scalability can pose risks to companies as they grow and evolve. Without the ability to scale the QMS software to accommodate increasing data volumes, users, or business complexities, companies may face limitations in managing quality processes effectively.

Companies should prioritize eQMS solutions that can accommodate increasing data volumes with additional storage space and expanding user numbers.

Data Security Breaches

Inadequate data security features in the QMS software can increase the risk of data breaches and unauthorized access to sensitive information. Without robust security measures, such as multifactor authentication (MFA) and access controls, companies are vulnerable to cyber threats and data theft.

Companies should select QMS software with robust access controls, multifactor authentication, single sign-on, and a time-stamped audit trail, among other features.

Missing an Industry-Specific eQMS Solution

The absence of tailored demonstrations during the eQMS selection process can lead to the implementation of a system that is not well-suited to your industry’s specific quality management needs.

To avoid this risk, it is essential to provide vendors with detailed use case scenarios that reflect your operational requirements before purchase. Insist on customized demonstrations that address these scenarios to evaluate the effectiveness of an eQMS and ensure it aligns with your specific needs.

Choosing QMS Software That Does Not Support the Whole Company

Failure to include key stakeholders, like the IT department, in the QMS selection process can result in implementing QMS software that does not meet the needs of specific company departments.

Excluding stakeholders may result in resistance to QMS software adoption, implementation challenges, and non-compliance with specific requirements.

Representatives from all relevant departments should be involved in the QMS software selection process to gather input on specific needs and preferences.

How Much Does QMS Software Cost?

The price of QMS software varies depending on several factors, such as the number of users, included QMS modules and features, and the chosen license types and quantity.

QMS software prices usually start at $13,000 for a company with 5 to 10 employees. The price range for QMS software can vary from $25,000 to $100,000 for companies with 50 to 200 employees.

The SimplerQMS pricing structure is based on the number and types of licenses purchased. The yearly license cost includes all QMS modules, system implementation, user training, ongoing support, validation, and cloud hosting.

For detailed pricing information on SimplerQMS features and services, please visit our dedicated pricing page.

What Are the Hidden Costs of QMS Software?

Some of the commonly hidden costs when implementing QMS software are described below in more detail.

  • Implementation: Costs associated with setting up and configuring the QMS software to align with the company’s processes.
  • Training: Expenses related to training employees on how to use the QMS software effectively.
  • Extra modules: Additional costs for implementing QMS modules beyond the basic package.
  • Validation: Expenses with validating the QMS software to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements when the vendor does not validate the QMS software.
  • Hosting: Charges for hosting the QMS software on a server or cloud platform.
  • Storage: Costs related to additional data storage space within the QMS software if needed.
  • Document migration: Expenses associated with migrating existing documents and data into the QMS software.
  • Support: Costs for ongoing technical support and maintenance provided by the QMS software vendor beyond the initial implementation phase.

SimplerQMS offers a license-based pricing model that includes all QMS modules, implementation, user training, validation, hosting, document migration, and ongoing support for one price, with no hidden costs.

The system offers an adaptable storage solution. It starts with a base 50 GB capacity and allows for the purchase of additional storage if needed. The storage space automatically increases with the purchase of additional user licenses, providing 10 GB per additional Single User License and 30 GB per additional Shared License.

What Are the Best QMS Software Solutions to Choose From?

The best examples of QMS software solutions for Life Science companies are the following.

  • SimplerQMS: SimplerQMS is a fully validated QMS software tailored for Life Science companies, offering extensive module options and seamless integration with Microsoft Office.
  • Qualio: Qualio is designed for growing Life Science companies and presents a user-friendly web-based document editor.
  • MasterControl: MasterControl is ideal for large Life Science enterprises, excelling in comprehensive document control and complying with FDA 21 CFR Part 11 regulation.
  • TrackWise: TrackWise is tailored for pharmaceuticals, biotech, and more, featuring AI-driven decision-making for proactive quality management.
  • Ideagen Quality Management: With a wide array of modules, Ideagen Quality Management stands out for its Microsoft Office integration and e-learning capabilities.
  • Greenlight Guru: Cloud-based and focused on MedTech, Greenlight Guru simplifies document workflows with native editing.
  • Dot Compliance: Dot Compliance offers AI-driven insights through its assistant, Dottie AI, for Life Sciences companies.
  • QT9: QT9 provides a web-based eQMS with over 23 built-in modules for various industries.
  • Scilife: Scilife is a QMS validated on the Amazon Web Services platform that offers comprehensive QMS modules tailored to Life Sciences.
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