Each year we see a culmination of innovation and integration that goes beyond the standard
Farmingdale, New York (PRWEB) September 21, 2017
EtQ is pleased to announce the finalists of EtQ’s 2017 Innovation Excellence Award.
As part of EtQ’s commitment to fostering innovation within its customer base, EtQ continues to celebrate customer ingenuity with its successful award program. The EtQ Innovation Excellence Award Program recognizes those customers who have implemented EtQ’s software in innovative ways to address a key business challenge that has significantly impacted their business. This year, EtQ has selected the top three finalists who will present their innovative applications at EtQ’s 21st Annual User Conference to be held from October 9th – 11th at the Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass, Chandler AZ.
The three finalists and their innovations are:
- DuPont: DuPont created a task manager module, which allows them to leverage EtQ’s workflow for all types of tasks, including ones that didn’t necessarily fit into a specific process, but still need to be tracked. This was a great use of the product beyond module and process level and demonstrates the value of EtQ beyond EHS and quality, but as a business process automation tool.
- Halyard Health: Halyard has designed and developed an Audit Module that builds on the central principles of the Medical Device Single Audit Program (MDSAP) meeting the regulatory requirements of five countries namely U.S., Canada, Brazil, Japan, and Australia. In addition, this module meets the regulatory requirements of Europe and other countries by complying to ISO-13485 and other Medical Device Regulations. The elements of this module include audit planning, scheduling, execution, scoring, reporting, follow-up of corrective actions including significant checks on standards, and auditor qualifications.
- Leidos: Leidos created enhancements within their quality records module that include the ability to track documents stored in their Iron Mountain facility. This innovative module shows the link between physical records and how they are managed within a solution to be treated outside. It’s able to track the boxes sent and delivered, disposition details and retrieval information that is related.
“Each year we see a culmination of innovation and integration that goes beyond the standard,” stated Glenn McCarty, Chief Executive Officer of EtQ. “This year, it was especially clear that with EtQ, remarkable innovations can be put into practice that benefit unique business needs. We are proud of our top three finalists, as well as each entry.”
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DuPont is a science company dedicated to solving challenging global problems, while creating measurable and meaningful value for its customers, employees and shareholders. Our dynamic portfolio of products, materials and services meets the ever-changing market needs of diverse industries in more than 90 countries. We unite around a set of core values—safety and health, environmental stewardship, highest ethical behavior and respect for people—just as we have for two centuries.
We introduced our Innovation Delivery System to bring new products and patent applications to market. This system bridges our unrivaled market and supply chain expertise with our unparalleled science and engineering know-how. With it, we can move products from the lab to the market quickly, meeting urgent needs in agriculture, nutrition and health, bio-based industrials, electronics and communications, advanced materials, and safety and protection.
The new DuPont is built on a proud heritage and a collaborative ethic. We partner with like-minded companies to help supply Earth’s burgeoning population with better, safer food; abundant and sustainable energy; and protection for what matters most—our planet and its inhabitants.
Halyard Health is a medical technology company focused on advancing health and healthcare by delivering clinically-superior products and solutions in infection prevention, surgical solutions, respiratory health, digestive health, and pain management. Halyard sells its recognized brands and products in more than 100 countries, and holds leading market positions in multiple categories across the portfolio. For more information, visit http://www.halyardhealth.com.
Formerly part of Kimberly-Clark, Halyard Health became an independent company headquartered in Alpharetta, Georgia on November 1, 2014. Halyard operates 11 global manufacturing facilities with 12,000 employees worldwide.
Leidos is a global leader in solving problems in the defense, intelligence, security, civil and health markets through technology. They help their customers prepare for and respond to security threats and other technology problems facing the world today. Their core functions focus around C4ISR, cyber, systems engineering, agile software development, data analytics, IT modernization and operations and sustainment. With 32,000 employees serving customers across 30 countries, Leidos has a strong global presence in defense and intelligence, civil, health and advanced solutions fields.
EtQ is the leading Quality, EHS, Operational Risk and Compliance management software provider for identifying, mitigating and preventing high-risk events through integration, automation and collaboration. At the core of EtQ’s framework is a compliance management platform that enables organizations to implement best-in-class compliance processes configured to meet their existing processes, create new compliance processes and automate and control their compliance ecosystem. EtQ was founded in 1992 and has main offices located in the U.S. and Europe. To learn more about EtQ and its various product offerings, visit http://www.etq.com or blog.etq.com.