A selection of clients will fine tune the latest release of Ideagen’s flagship product during 25th anniversary of the software
Ideagen today announced it is to mark the latest development milestone for Q-Pulse 7 with the launch of an exciting beta programme for selected users of the software.
The UK-based, global software firm, has been developing the latest version of the company’s flagship quality management solution ahead of release this year.
Q-Pulse 7 marks the latest evolution of the popular risk-based quality and compliance solution used by thousands of organisations globally.
The latest iteration comes a quarter of a century since its launch and will offer powerful dashboards, an intuitive user experience and enhanced integration opportunities.
Now – ahead of its release this year – Ideagen has invited a selection of its clients to take part in an exciting programme which will fine tune the product ahead of its official launch.
Ben Dorks, Ideagen’s Chief Executive Officer (pictured above), said: “We are absolutely delighted to confirm that we are now ready for our beta testing programme ahead of the official launch of Q-Pulse 7.
“This exciting milestone will involve a selection of the most prominent and comprehensive users of the product, providing us with crucial, operational feedback from live working environments that we can use to fine tune Q-Pulse 7.
“This beta programme continues our commitment to making sure that Q-Pulse meets our customers’ requirements, while involving them even more closely in the development of the product.
“As we mark Q-Pulse’s 25th anniversary, we are extremely excited by the launch of this beta programme as we build momentum ahead of the official release.”
As well as maintaining the software’s core functionality such as document, audit and corrective action management, the browser-based Q-Pulse 7 comes with powerful dashboard functionality for increased business intelligence, an intuitive user experience and the ability to integrate with other business systems.
Launched originally in 1994, Q-Pulse first came into prominence as a quality management solution, helping organisations make the first moves to paper-free control of processes related to document, audit and corrective action management.
Since then, each version has expanded its capability to help Q-Pulse become a trusted solution for more than 2,000 organisations operating in some of the world’s most regulated industries. Currently, the product is embedded in organisations such as KLM, Brussels Airlines and Emirates in aviation, Thermo Fisher Scientific in life sciences and Terex in manufacturing.