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Actio's software is what leading companies use to collect information from suppliers and merge it with regulatory data for risk assessment and global product and safety compliance. Actio software include solutions for compliance with SEC conflict mineral rules, EPA, TSCA, GHS, REACH, RoHS, Korea REACH, ISO standards and other restrictions worldwide. Learn how Actio software can help you— contact us today!
News & Events
- October 31, 2014
- CIO Review Awards Actio
Annual list showcases the 20 Most Promising Compliance Technology Solution Providers; Actio Corporation ascends to the top of CIO Review’s Compliance Technology Solution Providers list. The honor goes to a panel-selected compliance software provider.
- September 2, 2014
- Actio Partners With CFSI in San Francisco
Actio is pleased to announce partnership with the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative at the CFSI Workshop this year. This internationally recognized annual event will be held in San Francisco in late September.
- August 19, 2014
- Chris Nowak Speaks at Chicago's SMTAI Conference
Actio's ten-year veteran and longtime industry voice Chris Nowak will present at SMTA International this year, where thousands of electronics industry professionals will convene. Mr. Nowak's topic is Supply Chain Conflict Minerals Compliance. Find out more.
- June 30, 2014
- Actio Announces 5-Point SDS Management System
Actio announces software to answer the five-point SDS challenge. The five-point SDS challenge asserts that a safety data sheet program should solve five key SDS aspects: data management, uniformity, summary sheets, an SDS acquisition service, and inventory tracking. Here's the five point profile.
- June 2, 2014
- Ahead on a Template: CMRT 3.01
Actio announces support for the Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative template version 3.0. The new CFSI template version has been updated to align with its sister IPC standard (IPC-1755) and to facilitate better reporting in many areas. All companies using software for conflict mineral compliance are encouraged to make sure their system can handle the changes.