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We often get this question when speaking with customers, business partners, or anyone else who wants to figure out exactly what credentialing means. And it’s
Certification Management Software | Powering your Certification & Credentialing Mission with ARMATURE Fabric
As the demand for credentialing and certification grows across a wide range of industries, many certification bodies are seeking new ways to manage their data
ARMATURE Fabric is a software platform that helps organizations solve multiple challenges within the realm of governance, risk, and compliance (GRC). It has been designed
To get the most value from supplier audits, it’s important to have clear goals in mind. The five most common goals are typically: • Assuring
For an organization like the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), qualities such as precision and accuracy are baked into the culture, and a desire
Software can play a significant role in supporting integrated risk management, or IRM. The extent of this support depends on your organizational approach, goals, and
Quality leaders in the clinical laboratory space know better than anyone how essential audits are to the health of their organizations (and the stakeholders and
Accreditation is a collaborative process between staff and external stakeholders, and ARMATURE Fabric’s latest process management features bring all users to the table. With features
Hear what ARMATURE CMO Andrew Bryden has to say about managing risk and compliance with a remote workforce, especially in light of COVID-19. Our thanks
From AS9100 and NIST, to ISO, FedRAMP, ANSI and beyond, it all starts with standards. ARMATURE Fabric makes it easy for you to plug in your industry standards and bring them up through different endpoints throughout the system.
Today’s manufacturers rely on an ever-increasing network of international suppliers to produce their goods. While there are certainly advantages to reaching beyond national borders, there are challenges to globalization
We love to talk quality. Over the past several years, we’ve spoken with countless quality leaders who all say the same thing: they face challenges related to data, disparate systems, and organizational culture.
One of the few things we all want more of but are incapable of truly obtaining is time. We can’t add more hours in the day, and we can’t slow down how fast the days seem to go by. The best we can do is make the most efficient use of the time we have by doing things faster and smarter.
Most modern businesses strive to make interactions easier for their customers, vendors, employees, and other stakeholders. Easy interactions typically mean a more engaged and motivated
While it seems increasingly likely that COVID-19 is here to stay, at least until a reliable vaccine is developed, approved, produced, and distributed, business and
From ISO 9001:2015 tips and tricks to exciting advances in auditing technology, this year’s ISO 9000 & Audits World Conference was full of both practical