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Ideagen marks 25th anniversary of Q-Pulse software with version 7 launch

Ideagen marks 25th anniversary of Q-Pulse software with version 7 launch Image Stuart Miles, FreeDigitalPhotos.net

 Governance, risk and compliance (GRC) software provider, Ideagen, has launched a new version of its Q-Pulse application to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the software.

The UK-based firm - which has a global presence with sites in the UK, Europe, US, SE Asia and the UAE - unveiled Q-Pulse version 7 on Monday, marking the latest evolution of the safety, risk and compliance solution.

Ideagen says the latest version of the browser-based Q-Pulse 7, as well as maintaining the software’s core functionality such as document, audit and corrective action management comes with “powerful dashboard functionality for increased business intelligence and an intuitive user experience”.

Ian Hepworth, Ideagen’s Chief Technology Officer, who joined the company in May 2018, to drive the development of Q-Pulse 7 said: “For any software product to remain at the top of the market for 25 years is an extraordinary achievement. To have one of our own reach that milestone is very special indeed and we are incredibly proud of the software and this latest iteration.

“With Q-Pulse 7, we believe we have produced a modern, slick and visually rich software product that has really taken the application to the next level. We have focussed on bringing data from all across the business to life through visually appealing and quickly consumable dashboards to ensure that users can access information that is important to them quickly and easily.

“Also, thanks to its web-based interface, the system can be accessed anytime, anywhere – significantly extending its overall reach.”

George Hall, Ideagen’s Product Manager for Q-Pulse, said: “Q-Pulse helps organisations build a repository of business-critical information that they can use to improve other processes”.

“With Q-Pulse 7, all of this information can be surfaced immediately to improve the understanding of business performance like never before. It really goes beyond simple analysis and opens up the entire database for scrutiny.”

Ben Dorks, Ideagen CEO, added: “Since 1994, Q-Pulse has evolved from an innovative quality management solution to become the leading application for quality, safety, risk and compliance management. The success of the software during that time is a testament to the talent, knowledge and foresight of our team within Ideagen and our customer base who have helped to shape Q-Pulse into the product that we see today.”


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