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Bridge-Soft QMS

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Bridge-Soft is a software development company that specializes in providing solutions for water quality and operational data management as well as centralized incident planning and control. Their Quality Management System (QMS) is a comprehensive solution that organizes customer and product testing specifications and test results; a LIMS module is part of the overall enterprise quality solution which is designed specifically for water / wastewater utilities and testing laboratories.

At each step of the process, from test scheduling to delivering Certificates of Analysis, QMS' intuitive graphical interfaces provide users with all the information they need. QMS provides support for developing product test specifications, scheduling of tests and samples, entering of test readings and calculation of final results from both manual entry and automated interfaces, and the automated generation of certificates of analysis/compliance. Using exception based specifications, QMS typically reduces the configuration/maintenance burden by 30% - 50% compared with other LIMS/SPC products. Extensive security and auditing features are standard. Bridge-Soft's web-based reporting and analysis tool, DatApproach, is bundled with QMS and provides robust, ad-hoc querying capabilities.

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Bridge-Soft LLC
370 Harvey Rd Manchester, NH 03103 USA

Tel: +1 603-606-5937 x310
Fax: +1 603-606-5936
Email: info@bridge-soft.com



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