Audit Management Software
Software to reduce the administrative burden of running internal and external audits
Audit management software alleviates the challenges of a very demanding process, and converts it into a streamlined digital system.
With key features such as audit schedules, audit checklists, device portability and dashboards, digital audit management software has never been more beneficial.
The auditing software provides key advantages:
75 000+ Users
Cloud or On-Premises
Audit Management Software Features
Below are just some the commonly asked processes from customers.
Audits need to be scheduled. The audit schedule triggers the management tool at the correct time, or in advance. The assigned user will be notified of a task with all the relevant information already entered, ready to prepare or conduct the audit. A quality manager may choose to just be notified of the audit initiation.
Key benefit: Easy schedule view to ensure no audits are missed.
A checklist of all ISO standards is available within audits. This allows for visibility of which clauses, in each ISO standard, the audit is targeting.
By choosing a single standard, such as ISO 9001, there is the option to add a single or multiple clause to make the audit as broad or refined as required. Grading can then take place to ensure the clauses are up to the correct standards.
Key benefit: Checklists highlight the need for processes such as CAPAs or Risk Management.
Mobile Friendly/Image Uploads
A key advantage of auditing software is the flexibility it provides. Being accessible on the web, any device has access to it. This allows users to carry out their tasks via a tablet on the move. If any issues are uncovered, they can easily upload an image on the spot, straight into the audit.
Key benefit: Increase in productivity by being able to work on the move.
Dashboards provide a direct and clear view of live statistics relating to audits, either pending or complete within the system. Dashboards identify how many audits have been carried out per month to help prepare for future years. They provide a snapshot of the type of audits taking place, whether they’re internal or external, and how many there are of each.
Key benefit: At a glance the number of audits currently pending can be identified, and whose responsibility they’re attributed to.