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DevonWay was founded in 2005 by Bob Felton and Rich MacAlmon, who were also the founders of Indus International. Passionate about renewable energy in general, and nuclear power in particular, they saw a tremendous need for efficiency gains through the application of modern technology at utilities. In the years since, while responding to a regulatory requirement here and an improvement request there, we developed a method by which we could improve virtually any operational process, with a special focus on those related to quality, work, and safety management programs.

TrackWise is the world’s leading on-premise QMS software. It brings all of your quality processes together in a single place and helps automate them. It offers several industry best practice workflows, but can also adapt to any process or need.

Companies across several industries use TrackWise to increase efficiency, improve quality, achieve compliance, and reduce risk.

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DevonWay Quality Management is ranked 28th in Quality Management Software while Sparta Systems is ranked 9th in Quality Management Software. DevonWay Quality Management is rated 0.0, while Sparta Systems is rated 0.0. On the other hand, DevonWay Quality Management is most compared with , whereas Sparta Systems is most compared with .

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