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ETQ Adds New Features to Cloud-Based QMS

The company said the most recent update — available this month — further extends Reliance NXG’s usability and flexibility.

September 1, 2021

BURLINGTON, Mass. — ETQ, a quality management system (QMS) provider, announced that it has added new features and capabilities to its recently launched cloud-native QMS, Reliance NXG.

“During the first half of an unprecedented year for everyone, we launched the industry’s most innovative, cloud-native QMS, and we’re already expanding on its functionality," said Rob Gremley, CEO, ETQ. "And the fact that Reliance NXG is a natural progression of our already-market-leading Reliance product is great for both new and existing customers. They get the power of next-generation cloud capabilities married with a battle-hardened product serving the largest companies around the world. As the pandemic has continued to create a challenging work environment, we’re especially grateful for the dedication of our customers and the engagement of our employees who have worked hard in a very difficult year to help us achieve these milestones.”

Launch of Reliance NXG and Expanding Capabilities

In April of this year, ETQ launched Reliance NXG, which it said is a fully cloud-native SaaS offering that aims to optimize quality processes, while reducing technology and business risk at the same time. ETQ said that Reliance NXG is a comprehensive and proven platform that builds on the QMS’s agility to deliver new levels of usability, flexibility, scalability and visibility. Now, the company said, it is even easier for Reliance customers’ quality management systems to adapt quickly to the digital transformation agenda, the ever-changing needs of the business and supply chain disruptions.

Already in use by enterprise and mid-market customers across a wide variety of industry verticals, ETQ has outlined a Reliance NXG roadmap of new features and functionality that will be rolled out through the remainder of 2021 and 2022 as part of its continuous release cycle. The company’s most recent update — available in September — further extends Reliance NXG’s usability and flexibility. Users gain additional productivity features and administrators have access to enhanced configuration and security tools.

Key features being introduced, include:

  • Expanded type-ahead for keyword selection fields for easier and more efficient data entry
  • Dynamic scalability to handle peak usage and data as QMS and business needs evolve
  • Advanced caching for faster, smoother end-user responsiveness and QMS performance
  • Enhanced mobile app with push notification and deep linking to allow all QMS tasks to be performed remotely and efficiently