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slugflow (Chemical) (OP)
19 Apr 07 16:02
Any suggestions for ISO 9001-2000 document control software that work well for a research facility?  Currently planning to use Lotus notes but there must be something better.
looslib (Mechanical)
19 Apr 07 18:06
Anything would be better.

What level of control are you looking for? For high-end systems look at UGS' TeamCenter or PTC's Windchill.

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JLSeagull (Electrical)
20 Apr 07 7:27
My company uses a derivative of Lotus Notes.  Perhaps slugflow is around the corner from me.

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