Basic Software

Transparent and always up-to-date process descriptions, in conjunction with the applicable documents, are essential in today’s management systems (e.g. in ISO 9001, in EFQM or in label-based systems). The QM Pilot can be used regardless of industry and size of the company.


  • Freely definable process structures
  • Graphics editor for the modelling of processes
  • Configurable process descriptions and flow layouts
  • Linking of documents, risks and master data
  • Workflow-supported review and approval procedures to ensure process control; - if needed, with e-mail support


  • Workflow-supported review and approval procedures to ensure document control; - if needed, with e-mail support
  • Historicisation and archiving of documents
  • Inclusion of all document types
  • Preview of common file formats
  • Access to documents via unique link (allows use/access from other places)

Master data

  • Configurable master data tables for easy updating of information in the system
  • Freely definable roles (administrator, creator, user, etc.)
  • Freely definable user groups (QM team, management, Board, etc.)
  • Import/export via Excel spreadsheets is possible


  • Flexible functions for creating reports and statistics
  • Large selection of standard reports, which can be supplemented by specific reports
  • Analysis of all information in the system possible
  • Export as Excel table is possible

Risk Module

There are risks in every company: financial risks, environmental risks, health risks, etc. To stay on top of things at all times, these risks can be captured and assessed in a structured way in the risk module; counter-measures can be captured as well.


  • Freely configurable risk descriptions
  • Entering of measures, including persons responsible, periodicity and description
  • If necessary, configuration of automatically created checks
  • Storing of master data values as a basis for calculating risk values


  • Freely definable structures of the risks
  • Linking to processes or individual process steps
  • Output of the risk and the associated measure(s) with the process
  • Risk matrix
  • Analysis by means of reports


  • Measures can be entered for each risk
  • The person responsible, his/her deputy and the periodicity are entered
  • If necessary, automatic checks can be generated
  • Documentation of the measures and their implementation
  • Analysis of instances of monitoring that were carried out