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Document control software is essential for quality and compliance. Quality managers and document controllers have an effective way to manage policies and procedures, record log files, process change requests, and capture required reading acknowledgements for compliance with regulatory standards like ISO, SOC, FDA, AS9100, ITAR, NIST/CMMC and more using Document Locator’s windows-based document control system.Get a demo
SOPs, non-conformance reports, corrective actions, employee training, work instructions, and more are all managed within a
centralized document control system that includes version tracking, approvals, notifications, and policy administration.
Policies and procedures are managed in a controlled system that captures read and acknowledgement by staff.
Integration with Microsoft Windows Explorer, plus web and mobile access, make it easy to use.
Audit trails are captured so that managers and auditors always have proof that procedures are followed.
Records are kept consistently named and organized with auto-naming and auto-filing tools.
Changes are controlled with review and approval procedures, and a history of versions are maintained.
Existing paper records are converted to digital and organized in the system without the need to recreate files.
Electronically prepare, distribute, and track acknowledgment of important policies, procedures, SOPs, work instructions, manuals, and more in the document control system.
Maintain visibility and provide auditors information they need to validate compliance with reports.
Record a history of access, changes, and approvals in the document control system with audit logging.
Record a history of all changes using document version control, and manage access to version history.
Use optional connections with DocuSign, Adobe Sign, and more to send files for digital signature.
“A recent FDA audit clearly demonstrated the value of Document Locator by reducing the time it took us to retrieve requested records in half.”
The Anspach Effort, Inc.