FARMINGDALE, NY (11-09-16): EtQ today announced that it was listed in Gartner’s Market Guide for Supply Risk Assessment Solutions, published in 2016.
According to the report, “Supply risk assessment solutions provide organizations with formal, auditable means to document, measure and track risks associated with materials, parts and services suppliers.”
“EtQ is pleased to have been listed as a sample vendor in Gartner’s IT Market Clock for Supply Chain Technology, 2016,” stated EtQ’s Chief Executive Officer, Glenn McCarty. “We believe in the importance of corporate social responsibility, safety in the supply chain and regulations, therefore this recognition is a testament to our service.”
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EtQ is the leading Quality, EHS, Operational Risk and Compliance management software provider for identifying, mitigating and preventing high-risk events through integration, automation and collaboration. At the core of EtQ’s framework is a compliance management platform that enables organizations to implement best-in-class compliance processes configured to meet their existing processes, create new compliance processes and automate and control their compliance ecosystem. EtQ was founded in 1992 and has main offices located in the U.S. and Europe. To learn more about EtQ and its various product offerings, visit www.etq.com or blog.etq.com.
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i Gartner “IT Market Clock for Supply Chain Technology 2016” by Christian Titze, Noha Tohamy, 02 September 2016.