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“The TotalSDS software system is a good tool for our company to create compliant SDS and labels for multiple countries and languages. We are able to create customized documents catering to each business needs. The software is user-friendly and new users can start generating SDS with minimal training. The customer support provided by TotalSDS is wonderful. The team listens to customers and developers start working software enhancements to meet customer needs.”Tammy Card, Hazard Communication SpecialistCargill
“The ease with getting everyone up to speed on the system was impressive. It was a smooth transition. The software is very intuitive. What I appreciate most is the excellent support I receive from the TotalSDS team. Any questions or concerns I have are addressed immediately with a simple phone call.”Lenny Francis, EHS SpecialistZircoa, Inc.
“The TotalSDS™ platform does everything it says it can do. There are no surprises. What is advertised is exactly what you get. The customer support is outstanding! TotalSDS has been available to help with any kind of regulatory or software question I have, and they are extremely responsive. And more than that, the software capabilities are consistently getting better as they are adding more and more features.”Greg Switzer, Product/Formulation ChemistJBS Industries
“The level of customer service provided surpasses all of my expectations. TotalSDS is a responsive team of regulatory experts that clearly place their client’s needs at the highest priority. The team responds to us with answers in hours rather than weeks with our old service. The software provides a level of customization and control that was not available with our previous GHS software. Additionally, TotalSDS isn’t afraid to take our feedback into consideration to continue to improve their product. Our organization appreciates the cloud-based service and the unique levels of access for each user.”Chris Gehly, Chemical Services ManagerMatthews International
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