Quality and Safety Software for Energy & Utilities Companies

ETQ Reliance

User-friendly quality management software that helps energy and utility companies do more with less

Managing aging infrastructure on a tight budget is a mission-critical challenge for nearly every energy and utility agency today. Consistent maintenance, operational efficiency and safety all compete for attention and organizations must do it all while staying within boundaries set by oversight boards. QMS automation is what makes it all possible, helping cut costs while improving service quality overall.

A focus on quality delivers reliability customers can count on

  • Prevent quality events
  • Standardize processes
  • Improve efficiency and productivity
  • Automate equipment maintenance and issue tracking
  • Reduce operating costs
  • Record and investigate safety incidents
  • Centralize documents and streamline revisions
  • Track audit results and follow-up
  • Create closed-loop corrective actions
  • Mitigate risk with change management tools
  • Ensure compliance with training requirements
  • Manage suppliers and materials

ETQ SaaS and Trust
ETQ Reliance is a (SaaS) application that offers customers a fully managed software solution that vastly reduces the technology footprint required for QMS software, and delivers an always-on, always-updated, redundant and secure software environment that scales with customers' needs.

Integrated Data

Siloed data blocks accurate reporting and insight-driven action. Improve consistency and performance across widely distributed facilities with centralized reporting.


Supply Chain Quality

Poor visibility and control over extended supply chains increases risk of unknown raw materials and process changes, leading to quality failures and complaints. Integrate your supply chain more tightly with automated supplier quality management.



Manage complaint investigation, compliance tracking and regulatory reporting in a unified, collaborative environment. Meet 21 CFR Part 11, 21 CFR Part 820 and GMP guidelines, as well as ISO 9001, ISO 13485, ISO 45001 and ISO 14001.


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