Audit software should be used to generate audit reports automatically without re-entering or copying text.
Permit me to fill in my timesheet on my smartphone
Ability to share audit program content with other users directly and in TeamStore format
Pop up messages in EWP to tell me if I am about to miss a milestone for any audit that I’m in charge of
Upon completing planing phase, when project is moved from EWP in planing status, there should be following features addess; Entering the planned time needed for each procedure, total time needed for audit program and overall total time needed for project and reporting the actual spend with comments. There should also be the flexiblity to select those procedure which required testing within planning status in EWP and... more »
Allow hierarchy contacts to be used automatically (configuration or selectable) as observers on issues.
Create a function to allow upload of hierarcy entities (same function as the depricated universe upload).
Add function to approve milestone dates at beginning of audit.
Allow reporting/display of status based on my milestone titles instead/along with status titles.
Allow percentage complete in EWP explorer to be configured to measure based on (at least) the following:
Audit scheduled hours
Audit scheduled days
Audit scheduled days based on original schedule
When performing update/remediation testing for an audit issue, allow for the pulling of the previous issue along with the TeamCentral status to be imported and up-datable within an audit in EWP.
Allow TEC to automatically capture the time I spend working on an audit based on when I have that audit open in EWP.
Often time after a report has been generated as a word document, they are passed around and edited. I wish there was a way to import the new report language automatically back into EWP.
Why not have Coaching notes similar to Word style bubbles where they can be read without exiting the workpaper?
I often enjoy reviewing workpapers in hard copy, I wish there were a better functionality to print off the workpapers in a step in a way that preserves the formatting.