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SAN CLEMENTE, California – April 5, 2022 – Ease Inc. has announced its Spring 2022 Release, introducing more powerful question-level logic into audit and inspection documents, delivering new group scheduling to its easy-to-use automated scheduling capabilities, and expanding single sign-on options for enterprise-scale manufacturers. “Global manufacturing has been at the hard edge of a global […]
MISSION VIEJO, California – November 30, 2021 – Ease, Inc., a leading provider in plant floor audits and insights software for manufacturers, has announced the 2021 Champions for Quality Award winners. In this fourth year of the awards there were a record number of nominations from across multiple countries and continents. Often quality professionals don’t […]
MISSION VIEJO, California – October 12, 2021 – Ease Inc. has launched its Fall 2021 Release, making issue management for manufacturing audits more effective, enabling more specific identification of audit question failures and the assignment of countermeasure corrections for all audit types. The EASE Fall 2021 Release allows auditors to assign additional mitigations for failed […]
MISSION VIEJO, California – September 22, 2021 – Ease Inc, developer of the cloud platform for mobile auditing on the plant floor, has been included in the Inc. 5000 for the first time. The Inc. 5000 recognizes the top 1% of privately held companies in the US. Ease’s inclusion in the Inc. 5000 comes on […]
The electric vehicle (EV) market is growing fast, reaching $163 billion in 2020 and expected to exceed $800 billion by 2030. However, while new technologies are flourishing, many EV suppliers come from a design or entrepreneurship background rather than manufacturing. The problem is that even if you have the best technology, it doesn’t mean you […]
Workers’ compensation claims are up among first-year employees, according to a recent survey by Selective Insurance highlighted in EHS Today. Survey data shows that first-year employees represented 42 percent of workers’ compensation claims in 2021, compared with 31 percent in 2011. With the Great Resignation in full swing, this trend is only likely to increase […]