Verse Solutions focuses on quality, EHS, and GMP compliance management systems that provide visibility into all compliance events. It tracks the history of those events to completion, and allows users to identify areas for future improvement.
Verse’s configurable workflow can be customized to meet each unique business' needs, without additional programming.
Verse utilizes several key processes that help companies maintain compliance across the business: document control, complaint handling, nonconformances, incidents, corrective action, audit management, employee training and more. Each is built into the system with best practices for incorporating them into a workflow.
Automatic routing and email notifications prevent issues from being overlooked. The reporting section provides the tools to manage reports and alerts, as well as create comprehensive charts and graphs.
Verse Solutions' stores information securely in the cloud and provides access without the need for hardware or client interfaces.
Loni from Rez-Tech
Specialty: Plastics / Rubber
I especially enjoy the variety of modules available all in one place!
In the beginning, I was very unhappy with the lack communication between my self and the support team; however, that has been resolved.
At this time, I do not have any recommendations.
Aldin from Jeyes
Specialty: Consumer Products
User friendly coupled with first class, real-time support.
Some modules could be combined into one but I am impressed with the array of modules.
Look at this software first. It's the only one you need. The Technical team is very responsive and accommodating in making unique changes to fit special needs.I have personally looked at other document control software and this is by far the best hand down.
J0n from Tekteam
It automated eqs process
The value for the money is exception no other product in an integrated eqms sweet can't even touch it
There is no maintenance and calibration module also the software took significantly longer than scheduled to deploy including rework which suggested that the support group was understaffed