CEBOS Launched a New Quality Management System and Announced the Release of CEBOS 2018
CEBOS, a leading company in designing quality and compliance management solutions for manufacturing companies, launched the new CEBOS 2018, a Quality Management System (QMS) and a new, faster upgrade of the process as well. CEBOS is a division of QAD, a company that provides enterprise resource planning software to manufacturing companies.
CEBOS 2018 is a fully integrated, cross-functional quality management solution. As an HTML-based solution, it is designed to enhance performance over the existing client-server solution. It is mapped to the International Automotive Task Group (IATF) 16949 revised 2018 requirements which took effect in September 2018. The upgrade has two new applications for team performance and risk management engineered for the cloud and flexible deployment options which permits customers to integrate it with their on-premise ERP solutions.
The most existing CEBOS customers still utilizing the current client-server version can rapidly upgrade to the latest HTML-based version. After a preliminary migration analysis, installation of the new software, migration, initial testing is completed. The customer then has to perform a detailed data validation before turning on the new version.
Tom Seadler, president of CEBOS said, "The 2018 CEBOS release is significant for CEBOS and its customers. CEBOS 2018 features embedded best practices based on ISO 9001 standards, which helps not only the automotive vertical but also contract manufacturers, medical device manufacturers, consumer product manufacturers and industrial product manufacturers with quality as the main focus." Tom further explained, "The solution foundation features significant improvements to stability, performance and ease of system management. We have made nearly 100 enhancements to the application suite to help automotive suppliers follow the new IATF regulations." He summarized by saying, "CEBOS 2018 will help CEBOS customers and prospects become successful in their EQMS efforts."