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EtQ Launches EtQ Quality Server

Published: Sunday, March 28, 2004 - 22:00

EtQ Inc., a provider of enterprise quality, compliance and environmental management software, has launched the EtQ Quality Server, a package equipped with the full EtQ quality management suite, including more than 20 modules and all the tools to run an enterprise quality management system.

The Quality Server system is located at a customer’s site but is maintained by EtQ. The server arrives completely configured and ready to use. The Web browser-based system is easy to use and requires little training to get started.

The EtQ Quality Server was designed with the small to mid-sized business in mind, offering an enterprise solution at as low as $999 per month. An alternative to purchasing a solution, the Quality Server is a new option for companies that want the highest level of quality for their business but cannot afford to own and maintain an enterprise quality system solution. The software on the Quality Server is the same version that is used by some of the largest Fortune 100 companies in the world.

"This system is a low-cost alternative to buying and better than hosting for small to medium-sized businesses," says Glenn McCarty, CEO of EtQ Inc. "EtQ offers a total solution at a fraction of what other companies charge, and without the drawbacks of similar hosted solutions."

For more information, or to schedule a virtual demo, e-mai info@etq.com.

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