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The Epicflow software analyzes the workload of the team members and prioritizes tasks based on demand.
MyEasyISO ia a suite of ISO QHSE software used to implement and manage ISO 9001, 14001, OHSAS 18001, and ISO 22000 standards effectively.
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Epicflow offers a subscription plan that is priced according to how many people are in your team as well as the types of additional services you will require for your operations. These plans start from $53/user/month and usually include the following:
If you opt to have your subscription billed yearly than monthly, you can get a 17% discount. For 2-year subscriptions, you can even get 31% off on your bill.
Light – $29/month or $24/month (1 Year Subscription)
Standard – $74/month or $59/month (1 Year Subscription)
Professional – $149/month or $119 (1 Year Subscription)
Small – $149/month or $119/month (1 Year Subscription)
Medium – $224/month or $179/month (1 Year Subscription)
Large – $299/month or $239/month (1 Year Subscription)
Epicflow is an easy way to manage multiple complex projects with a shared resource pool in MS Project and Jira. The Epicflow value-added extension works in tandem with these PM systems to enable faster and cheaper delivery of multiple projects simultaneously.
Using open APIs, MyEasyISO can communicate with any existing system/software application used by the organization.
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Please pay attention to the fact that while both Epicflow and MyEasyISO may provide an excellent array of features every product may be aimed at a different company size. If you are comparing features you should pay attention to a business type they are meant for. Specific features could scale up well for large enterprises but if you run a small or mid-sized company it’s frequently better to refrain paying for advanced functionalities that you may never have a chance to use.