ComplianceWire Software


 

ComplianceWire is an integrated, cloud-based Learning Management System (LMS) that currently serves over 400 companies worldwide. The software was designed as a workforce training solution that meets both the compliance and performance needs of a global workforce in regulated manufacturing environments. It’s suited for companies of all sizes and in a variety of industries, such as food & beverage, engineering, pharmaceuticals, and more.

ComplianceWire’s learning and development programs can be managed by HR, Compliance, Quality Assurance, Sales, and other departments. The course library includes role-based job function qualification training, local and global compliance and regulatory training, advanced skill set development, and performance development and continuous skills development based on competency assessments. The mobile app gives learners access to ComplianceWire on the go, allowing them to view their to-do list, review course materials, and complete quizzes and exams. The compliance and ethics course library contains materials in over 30 languages that are “localized” for specific regions around the world and their unique regulations.

 

ComplianceWire - Learner to-do page
 
  • ComplianceWire - Learner to-do page
    Learner to-do page
  • ComplianceWire - User criteria
    User criteria
  • ComplianceWire - Quiz creator
    Quiz creator
Supported Operating System(s):
Windows 7, Windows XP, Mac OS, Web browser (OS agnostic), Windows 8, Windows 10

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Haroon from K2M, Inc
Specialty: Healthcare / Medical
Number of employees: 501-1,000 employees Employees number: 501-1,000 employees

April 2017

April 2017

Validated LMS that has enough features and is stable

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Pros

An excellent LMS for both the administrator and end user. Very intuitive yet robust features. I have used several other LMS's but ComplianceWire has all the features and functionality I need and very stable. There are far and few issues or bugs and when comparing to other systems I've used. If you work in a validated environment this is by far the best tool that will meet all your 21 CFR Part 11 requirements.

Cons

May not have all the "bells and whistles" of other LMS's but enough to make your job easy. Can be pricey if you need to add additional features that are not standard.

 
 
 
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Christine from Abbott Diagnostics

January 2016

January 2016

Help with CPD

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As an auditor I have over the last 12 months completed a number of useful training modules accessible on ComplianceWire. I have found the modules to be valuable in providing building blocks of knowledge and have supported me in my Continuous Professional Development.
Some can take over an hour to complete but the ability to access them at any time and the multiple tests of understanding contained within each module allow you to dip in and out as time permits.
Having the verbal communication of the module information turned on can be restricting in where and when you access the modules but you can always turn the sound off if working in an open plan office although personally I prefer to listen as well as read. It slows me down and I find that generally I take more in.

Source: Capterra
 

christi from Patheon

January 2016

January 2016

This is very intuitive for learners to use, however not as intuitive for administrators

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Pros:
easy to use for Learners
convenient to use

Cons:
not as intuitive for administrators when running reports, creating forms, etc.
cannot assign curriculums to multiple user groups at a time.
The advanced training course I attended in the bay area in 2015 could easily have been two days rather than one. It may be a good idea to extend that out.

Source: Capterra