Quentic announces software release with new component for audit management to illustrate findings and enhanced data integration

September 26, 2019

  • Findings is the major component of the Quentic release 12.0. It offers more flexibility and process-compliance for different audit situations.
  • Dr. Mario Lenz, CPO at Quentic, offers a perspective on how digital assistants may support operational safety in the near future daily during the A+A trade fair at the Quentic booth.

The Quentic software release 12.0 introduces a new component for audit management, offering more flexibility for different kinds of audit situations. It serves to illustrate findings, transparently separating responsibility for conducting audits and handling subsequent results. Quentic users also benefit from enhanced data integration and extended interfaces to the Quentic Platform, allowing seamless synchronization of EHS content and data from external systems or providers. All updates will be presented in detail at the A+A trade fair from November 5–8, 2019 in Düsseldorf.

Quentic, the Berlin-based Software as a Service vendor for Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS) and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has announced the release of Quentic 12.0. The revised software comes with updates and usability enhancements across its EHS-related modules Health & Safety and Hazardous Materials, for the Quentic App and the Quentic Community. Major components have been introduced to offer more flexibility and process-compliance for audit management with Risks & Audits and enhanced data integration with Quentic Connect.

Powerful audit management with Findings component

While Quentic already has a strong base in audit management, the new Findings component offers additional functions to better adapt to different auditing situations.

Auditors are responsible for preparing and conducting inspections. While they may sometimes also be involved in helping to assess results and to define derived actions, in many situations the process is separated more strictly. The new Findingscomponent in Quentic reflects that difference and offers a process-compliant solution for both situations.

With Findings activated, the auditor is able to concentrate on planning and conducting an audit, while the organizational management is responsible for the follow-up, identifying root causes and deriving actions for resolving issues resulting from deviations. These actions may then also be delegated to other professionals within the organization. The clear assignment of duties within the process and consistent data management through the Quentic Platform ensure enhanced traceability and transparency across the entire audit process and for all parties involved.

Advanced data integration

Quentic 12.0 also comes with more possibilities to seamlessly integrate existing processes, tools, and data into Quentic. Synergies are created by connecting the platform to application programming interfaces (APIs) of other software solutions that provide organizational or EHS data to the Quentic Platform. Recent enhancements include ready-to-use standard flows to popular business intelligence solutions in order to interactively extend management dashboards, and the adoption of Enhesa ScoreCards for the Quentic Legal Compliance module.

Learn more at the A+A trade fair in Düsseldorf, Germany

The A+A trade fair (November 5–8, 2019) is the largest international trade forum for safety, security, and health at work. Quentic will present many of the main release features at booth E12 in hall 6. In addition, presentations and talks about the future of digital EHS management shape the daily program. From Tuesday to Thursday at 11.00 a.m.*, Dr. Mario Lenz, CPO at Quentic, offers a perspective on how digital assistants may support operational safety in the near future. Quentic partner Enhesa will exhibit jointly with Quentic. On selected days, further partners such as TÜV Nord Systems and the Arqus Ingenieurbüro will also be present.

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About Quentic

    Quentic is one of the leading solution providers of Software as a Service in the European EHS and CSR market. The company is headquartered in Berlin, Germany, and employs more than 200 people. Subsidiaries are located in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Finland, Belgium, Denmark, and the Netherlands. More than 650 customers leverage Quentic’s software solutions to strengthen their EHS and CSR management. With eight individually combinable modules, the online platform comprises Health & Safety, Risks & Audits, Hazardous Materials, Legal Compliance, Online Instructions, Processes, Environment, and Sustainability. The solution is suitable for management systems in accordance with ISO 14001, ISO 45001, and ISO 50001. Quentic networks data, connects all EHS and CSR actors, and encourages engagement across the entire field – via browser or app. As tasks interlock across business units, locations, and countries, business processes can be efficiently managed in accordance with legal requirements.

    *The dates for the presentation by Dr. Mario Lenz have been moved to Tuesday (November 5) to Thursday (November 7), at 3:00 p.m. The presentation will also be held in English on November 6, at 11:00 a.m.