UK – Ideagen, a UK based governance, risk and compliance (GRC) software provider, has launched new and improved version of its Q-Pulse application as it commemorates the 25th anniversary of the software.
Q-Pulse is used across the food, beverage and packaging industries to solve common problems faced by organisations around compliance with standards, product recalls, withdrawals and general quality management.
The Q-Pulse version 7 marks the latest evolution of the quality, safety, risk and compliance management application.
The company said that other than maintaining the software’s existing functionality, the browser-based Q-Pulse 7 comes with powerful dashboards for increased business intelligence and an intuitive user experience.
Ian Hepworth, Ideagen’s Chief Technology Officer said; 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 focused 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.”
Ideagen notes that the latest iteration of the software is used by firms operating across the food & beverage industry such as Muller, Danone and Whyte and MacKay.
“Q-Pulse 7 marks an exciting next step in the future of the product and in Ideagen itself.
We believe this release provides a solid foundation for the software to continue to lead the way across the food and beverage industries for at least another quarter of a century,” Ian added.
Since 1994, Q-Pulse has evolved from an innovative quality management solution to become the leading application across the food and beverage industries for quality, safety, risk and compliance management.
“The success of the software during that time is 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,” Ben Dorks, Ideagen CEO, added.
“We believe that Q-Pulse 7 will play a huge part in cementing our position as the leading provider of quality, safety, risk and compliance software to the food and beverage industry globally.”
Ideagen is a UK based firm but has a global presence with sites in the, Europe, United States, South East Asia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).