Because we love you, and no one else does, we keep updating the Oxebridge Totally Free ISO 9001:2015 QMS Documentation Template Kit (or “OTFISO90012015QMSDTK” for short) while offering it for free and not expecting anything in return. This was never going to be a “make it once, throw it on the web, and forget it” exercise.

First released in 2015, here we are five years later with an exciting ver 1.13 release that now supports Google Docs users. Now if you’re one of those anti-Microsofties, you can relax and slip into the warn Google bath of total surveillance and use their products to create your QMS documentation instead. Sure, you’re trading one Big Brother for Another Big Brother, but who cares, it’s free!

Version 1.13 makes some very minor fixes to a handful of documents (see the Revision History document included for full details), but the real big thing here is that we’ve worked with a developer who built a Google Docs add-in from scratch, just to support Oxebridge users.

The only thing here is that you’ll have to pony up a $20 license for the Premium add-in, which supports multiple document conversions. We don’t get any of that money, and it instead goes directly to the developer who — did I mention? — built this just for you. I totally support this, so please spend the $20 if you want to use this for Google Docs. It’s still worth it.

You can grab the updated kit here.

Yes, the AS9100 kit will be updated for Google Docs, too, soon.



About Christopher Paris

Christopher Paris is the founder and VP Operations of Oxebridge. He has over 30 years' experience implementing ISO 9001 and AS9100 systems, and is a vocal advocate for the development and use of standards from the point of view of actual users. He is the author of Surviving ISO 9001 and Surviving AS9100. He reviews wines for the irreverent wine blog, Winepisser.


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