DevonWay Continuous Improvement software helps organizations collect, track and analyze data in a framework that allows them to identify and eliminate inefficiencies, defects and safety issues. This solution is best suited for organizations of at least 20 users, but can scale to many thousands.
This solution's reporting and analytics functionality is designed to be intuitive to business users, while trigger-based notifications keep interested users proactively informed of issues and assignments.
DevonWay Continuous Improvement is web-based and cloud-hosted in a secure SSAE 16 Type II U.S.-based datacenter. It is available on a subscription basis, so it does not require IT involvement unless it is connected to backend systems of record.
All DevonWay software is highly tailorable and can incorporate an organization’s own business rules, data and workflows. This solution comes with an offline native app for iOS and Android devices to facilitate the capture of information in the field.
Steve from Electric Power Research Institute
Specialty: High Technology
Employees number: 501-1,000 employees
Our company has been using a DevonWay system since 2009, primarily to handle the Nuclear Quality Assurance Corrective Action Program. The software is highly configurable and easy to learn (fields have help hover tips and default data entry). The database search engine is extremely fast, yielding exact reports downloadable to most file formats. The system Dashboard consists of configurable Tiles containing links to data entry forms, job aids, and reports. Complicated work flow, Email notifications (delivering links and file attachments), The customer support, system up time, and overall performance has been excellent. Frequent software releases yield very beneficial new free features. DevonWay delivers new features meeting specifications on time.
Low price, very configurable, short time to implement new features, benefit of new features in software releases, customer service.
Maintain awareness of your expectations for database. Legacy data import, interfaces with other systems, and changes or additions to existing database can all be done, but the search engine relies on consistent field information populated over the "life" of a given field.