SOURCE: IBS America, Inc.

IBS America, Inc.

July 01, 2011 12:51 ET

CompliantPro™ 8.0 Release Advances Performance, Usability and Ease of Administration

Enhancements Meet Evolving Market Requirements

LEXINGTON, MA--(Marketwire - Jul 1, 2011) - IBS America, Inc. is proud to release a feature-rich, customer-centric release that provides a substantial performance boost and includes key customer-requested design enhancements. CompliantPro is a browser-based Quality Management Software tool that provides a complete set of integrated modules that can be easily implemented to provide a stable, secure and sound environment for the creation and management of your quality management efforts. These modules include systems for Document Control, CAPA, Calibration and PPAP (QS), Training & Qualification, Health and Safety and Environmental Management and Risk Management areas.

CompliantPro Release 8.0 provides many substantial changes to CompliantPro's infrastructure and feature design in order to improve our user experience. Some of these changes include:

  • Substantial improvements in the administration of User Profiles, performance and all-around usability are available in this release. Customers may experience a boost of 15% - 40% in their daily Compliant-Pro tasks due to the new Role Flattening enhancement.

  • User Profiles are now easier to navigate and a new method has been provided in order to provide a more flexible approach of the creation and management of Roles and Allowances. These roles can now be assigned on an organization-specific or global basis.

  • Expansion of browser-based support to now include the latest version of Internet Explorer (IE9), Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome.

  • Improvement in view-rendering performance adds yet another improvement to the user experience.

  • The Training and Qualification module now provides a way to enroll Trainees into Course Offerings when the potential attendees are new (not associated to the specific course) or need retraining on the specific training unit.

  • New Data Maintenance components have been added to the Customer Complaint, CAPA and Preventive Maintenance corrective action software Modules to allow for easier management of Action Request and Response records.

  • Response Due Dates may now be managed from the actual Response itself which allows for more flexibility. The determination of who may change Due Dates is now configurable.

IBS America prides itself on building and maintaining a close partnership with its customer base. This is reflected in the manner each CompliantPro Release includes fixes and design suggestions from such partners as Caterpillar, Dana, Baldor, Beam and others. IBS America, Inc. values each customer's input and suggestions and believes that these relationships are the key component in continuing to give CompliantPro and other IBS America products leadership status in the Quality Software and Compliance Management field.

About IBS America, Inc.
IBS America, Inc. is a leading supplier to industrial organizations of Enterprise standard software systems and consulting services for quality, production, traceability, and compliance management. In keeping with its corporate philosophy "The Productivity Advantage", IBS is committed to developing and implementing its QSYS, MES, LIMS, and compliance software solution platforms in a way that leads to better optimizing its customers' business processes and increasing their productivity levels.

Founded in 1982, the company today employs approximately 200 personnel in Europe and the USA. IBS AG is listed on the Prime Standard of the German Stock Exchange in Frankfurt/Main (ISIN 622840) and is also included in the GEX-German Entrepreneurial Index.

IBS has over 4,000 software installations worldwide and can be found at companies such as Audi, Beam Global, BMW, BorgWarner, BOSCH, Caterpillar, Daimler, Electronic Networks, FCI Automotive, Goodyear, Kimberly Clark, KEIPER, Liebherr, Magna Automotive, Kautex Textron, Parker Hannifin, Procter & Gamble, Rock Tenn, Porsche, Siemens, SMA Solar Technology, ThyssenKrupp and W.L. Gore.

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