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Control Activities

At Dmaze, we understand that effective control activities are essential for ensuring that your organization achieves its objectives while minimizing the risks that threaten its success. That's why we've developed a comprehensive software platform that empowers you to manage your control activities with ease.


Our platform combines cutting-edge AI technology with configurable templates to deliver unmatched performance across control activities, audits, strategy management, business processes, governance, risk management, and more!


With Dmaze, you can easily create and manage your control activities. Our platform provides you with a centralized view of your control activities, enabling you to ensure that they are operating effectively and efficiently across your organization.


Our AI algorithms work tirelessly behind the scenes to provide you with relevant suggested information that will help you make informed decisions and streamline your workflows. Plus, our configurable templates make it easy to create and manage control activities that are tailored to your specific needs.


Whether you're implementing control activities related to financial reporting, compliance, or operational processes, Dmaze helps you optimize your control environment and improve business outcomes. With Dmaze, you can rest assured that your control activities are in safe hands. Discover the power of Dmaze today and take your control activities management to the next level!

Introducing Action Tracking

With Dmaze, you can easily describe the actions that need to be taken and assign responsibilities to the right people. Our software is designed to streamline your workflow, making it easy to meet deadlines and ensure that everything is done as agreed.
Dmaze comes with built-in configurable workflows that are tailored to your specific needs. So whether you're tracking tasks, managing projects, or monitoring compliance, Dmaze has got you covered.


With our user-friendly interface and intuitive features, you'll be up and running in no time. Say goodbye to confusion and missed deadlines - with Dmaze, you'll have everything under control. Try Dmaze today and start taking action towards success!


Action Tracking the way we see it
Action tracking is a crucial aspect of any successful business or project management strategy. It involves monitoring and tracking progress towards specific goals or tasks, and ensuring that everyone involved is aware of their responsibilities and deadlines.
Effective action tracking allows businesses to stay organized, prioritize tasks, and ensure that projects are completed on time and within budget. It also provides transparency and accountability, which helps teams stay motivated and engaged in their work.


With the help of technology and software solutions like Dmaze, action tracking has become easier and more efficient than ever before. By automating workflows and providing real-time updates and alerts, these tools can save businesses time, reduce errors, and improve overall productivity.


Action Tracking Standards

There are several relevant ISO standards and other standards that can be used for Action Tracking processes. Here are a few examples: ISO 9001:2015 - Quality management systems -- Requirements: This standard outlines the requirements for a quality management system, which includes processes for identifying, implementing, and tracking corrective actions. ISO 45001:2018 - Occupational health and safety management systems -- Requirements with guidance for use: This standard provides requirements for an occupational health and safety management system, which includes processes for identifying hazards, implementing corrective actions, and tracking the effectiveness of those actions. ISO 14001:2015 - Environmental management systems -- Requirements with guidance for use: This standard provides requirements for an environmental management system, which includes processes for identifying environmental impacts, implementing corrective actions, and tracking the effectiveness of those actions. ANSI/ISO/ASQ Q9001-2008: Quality management systems -- Requirements: This standard provides requirements for a quality management system, which includes processes for identifying, implementing, and tracking corrective actions. PMI PMBOK (Project Management Body of Knowledge): This is a widely used standard for project management that includes a process for tracking and managing project issues, which can include corrective actions. ITIL (Information Technology Infrastructure Library) - Service Operation: This is a framework for IT service management that includes a process for managing incidents and problems, which can include corrective actions. In addition to these standards, there may be industry-specific standards or guidelines that are relevant to action tracking processes. It's important to evaluate the specific needs of your organization and choose the standards that are most applicable.

Compliance Assessment

We are excited to announce that this feature is on our road map for 2023! Our team is working hard to bring this feature to Dmaze and we can't wait for you to try it out. Stay tuned for updates on it's progress.

Compliance Assessment the way we see it
Compliance assessment is a process used to determine whether an organization is following the rules, regulations, and standards set by governing bodies or industry best practices. The purpose of compliance assessment is to identify areas where an organization may be falling short of compliance requirements and to develop corrective actions to address those issues.


The compliance assessment process typically involves several steps, including:
Establishing the compliance requirements: The first step in compliance assessment is to determine the applicable laws, regulations, and standards that the organization must comply with.


Assessing the current state of compliance: Once the compliance requirements have been established, the organization will assess its current state of compliance to determine whether it is meeting those requirements.


Identifying compliance gaps: If the assessment reveals that the organization is not fully compliant, it will identify the areas where it is falling short of compliance requirements.


Developing a corrective action plan: Based on the identified compliance gaps, the organization will develop a plan to address those gaps and bring the organization into compliance.


Implementing corrective actions: The final step in compliance assessment is to implement the corrective actions identified in the plan to address the compliance gaps.


Compliance assessment is an important process for organizations as it helps them to ensure that they are meeting their legal and regulatory obligations, and it helps to mitigate the risks associated with non-compliance.


Compliance Assessment Standards

ISO (International Organization for Standardization) has several standards that can be relevant to Compliance Assessment processes, including: ISO 37301 - Compliance Management Systems: The standard covers several key aspects of compliance management, including the identification of compliance obligations, the assessment of compliance risks, the implementation of controls and measures to address these risks, the monitoring and review of compliance performance, and the continual improvement of the compliance management system. ISO 37001 - Anti-Bribery Management Systems: This standard provides guidance for establishing, implementing, maintaining, reviewing, and improving an anti-bribery management system. ISO 22301 - Business Continuity Management Systems: This standard provides guidelines for establishing, implementing, maintaining, and improving a business continuity management system. ISO 27001 - Information Security Management Systems: This standard provides guidelines for establishing, implementing, maintaining, and improving an information security management system. ISO 9001 - Quality Management Systems: This standard provides guidelines for establishing, implementing, maintaining, and improving a quality management system. Other relevant standards for Compliance Assessment processes include: COSO (Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission) Framework: This framework provides guidance for assessing and improving internal control systems to achieve compliance with laws, regulations, and policies. NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) Cybersecurity Framework: This framework provides guidance for assessing and improving cybersecurity risk management processes to achieve compliance with cybersecurity laws, regulations, and policies. HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) Security Rule: This rule provides guidance for healthcare organizations to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of electronic protected health information (ePHI) to achieve compliance with HIPAA regulations. PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard): This standard provides guidelines for assessing and improving payment card data security processes to achieve compliance with payment card industry regulations. It is important to note that the relevant standards for Compliance Assessment processes may vary depending on the industry, location, and specific compliance requirements of an organization.

Introducing Deviation

Are you tired of dealing with deviation management in a disjointed, unorganized way? Look no further than Dmaze, the software that's revolutionizing the Deviation Process for companies of all sizes. Our cutting-edge technology allows you to streamline your deviation management by providing a comprehensive description of each deviation, identifying its level of importance, work process, client involvement, project impact, and compliance area.


With Dmaze, you'll have all the tools you need to quickly and efficiently identify what the deviation is from – whether it's contractual requirements, customer requirements, management system requirements, regulatory requirements, or statutory requirements. Our software allows you to create an action plan that assigns responsibilities to the relevant team members, ensuring that everything is done as agreed. This not only saves you time and resources but also helps you to maintain compliance with applicable regulations and standards.


At Dmaze, we understand that every company has its unique processes and workflows. That's why we've included configurable workflows within our software, making it easy for you to customize the system to fit your specific needs. This ensures that every deviation is handled in a consistent and standardized way, regardless of who is managing it.


With Dmaze, you can finally say goodbye to the headache of deviation management. Our software provides you with a centralized location for managing all of your deviations, making it easy to access and track the status of each one. This means that you'll always be up-to-date on the latest information, allowing you to make informed decisions about how to handle each deviation.
Don't let deviations slow you down. Try Dmaze today and start running a better Deviation Process. Our software is designed to help you achieve greater efficiency, compliance, and success – all while saving you time and resources. Get started with Dmaze today and see the difference for yourself!


Deviation the way we see it

A Deviation Process is a critical component of any quality management system, as it allows companies to identify and address deviations from established standards, procedures, and regulations. Deviations can occur for a variety of reasons, including errors in process, equipment malfunction, or human error. Regardless of the cause, it's essential to have a process in place for managing and correcting deviations to ensure that your organization maintains compliance with relevant regulations and standards.


A well-designed Deviation Process should include a clear definition of what constitutes a deviation, a standardized process for documenting and investigating deviations, and a system for tracking and reporting on deviations. It's important to assign responsibility for managing deviations to specific individuals or teams, with clear lines of communication and accountability.
By effectively managing deviations, companies can minimize risk, improve product quality, and maintain compliance with applicable regulations and standards. A Deviation Process can also help to identify opportunities for process improvement and enhance overall organizational performance.


In summary, a Deviation Process is a critical component of any quality management system. By implementing a clear, standardized process for managing deviations, companies can minimize risk, maintain compliance, and improve overall performance. Dmaze software provides all the tools and features necessary to run a successful Deviation Process and achieve greater efficiency and compliance.


Deviation Standards

For a Deviation process, some of the most relevant ISO standards and other standards are: ISO 9001:2015 Quality management systems -- Requirements: ISO 9001 provides a framework for managing quality and ensuring customer satisfaction. It outlines the requirements for a quality management system (QMS) and includes a section on how to manage deviations. ISO 13485:2016 Medical devices -- Quality management systems -- Requirements for regulatory purposes: This standard is specific to the medical device industry and outlines the requirements for a QMS. It includes a section on managing nonconformities and corrective actions, which can be applied to deviation management. ISO 14971:2019 Medical devices -- Application of risk management to medical devices: This standard provides guidance on how to manage risks associated with medical devices. It includes a section on how to manage incidents and deviations. ICH Q10 Pharmaceutical Quality System: This guideline provides guidance on establishing and maintaining a pharmaceutical quality system. It includes a section on managing deviations and nonconformities. Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP): GMP is a set of guidelines for ensuring that pharmaceutical products are consistently produced and controlled according to quality standards. It includes requirements for managing deviations and nonconformities. Good Laboratory Practice (GLP): GLP is a set of guidelines for ensuring the quality and integrity of non-clinical laboratory studies. It includes requirements for managing deviations and nonconformities. International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 62304:2015 Medical device software -- Software life cycle processes: This standard provides guidance on the software development life cycle for medical devices. It includes a section on managing deviations and nonconformities related to software development. These standards provide guidance on managing deviations and nonconformities, which are an important aspect of any quality management system.