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Powerway Unveils New Quality Planner, Corrective Action Software

Published: Monday, April 5, 2004 - 22:00

Powerway Inc., a provider of product development process solutions for manufacturers, has released its new Corrective Action and Quality Planner application.

The software is part of Powerway Suite 2000, an integrated collection of solutions designed to drive continuous improvement, reduce costs and increase speed to market while conforming to international business standards and regulations.

The corrective action module offers increased traceability, enhanced reporting and the ability to address job-specific nonconformances. Powerway’s Quality Planner automates critical labor-intensive activities to improve compliance management and continuous improvement programs.

"The Corrective Action and Quality Planner enhancements will make it easier for suppliers to comply with customer-specific requirements as well as conform to the new international standard ISO/TS 16949," says Powerway CEO Ted Wozniak. "By focusing on the needs of our expanding international customer base, we have developed solutions that incorporate both usability and flexibility improvements."

Powerway launched a Spanish version of its Quality Planner application simultaneously.

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