MasterControl Review

Learn about MasterControl Manufacturing Software. Includes info on MasterControl, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on February 25th, 2019

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MasterControl is a manufacturing software service that offers electronic batch records, equipment calibration and electronic device history records, among other features.

MasterControl Pricing:

MasterControl pricing starts at $1,000.00 per month.

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MasterControl Review:

Pros: Gentle learning curve and excellent customer support.

Cons: Frequent bugs and more expensive than alternatives.

Bottomline: MasterControl is easy to use and is a highly recommended manufacturing software.

MasterControl Key Information:

Founded

1993

Headquarters

Salt Lake City, Utah

CEO

Jonathan Beckstrand

Phone Number

1 (888) 873-5198

Address

6350 South 3000, East Salt Lake City, Utah, 84121

Website

www.mastercontrol.com

MasterControl FAQs:

What is MasterControl's price range?

MasterControl pricing starts at $1,000.00 per month. Contact MasterControl for a quote on an Enterprise Plan.

Is there a MasterControl free trial?

There is no information about a MasterControl free trial.

Where can I find the MasterControl login?

Go to mastercontrol.com and click "Log in" in the top-right corner of the homepage, or sign in directly here.

What are some MasterControl alternatives?

MasterControl Reviews:

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youngm - elsmar.com

I've used the full version of MasterControl for years. The Spark version has basically a lot of the work done for you with regard to vaults, infocard types, numbering etc. I believe you can have it hosted so you don't really need IT to help you. They have technical support that can walk you though anything online through Webex, just call them. You pay maintenance and don't know why more people don't use the support. It is a really good system out-of-the-box, and it is easy to configure how you want it. The audit trail is much better than what you could get out of SharePoint. And who has the time to figure out how to configure SharePoint? Do you want to be beholden to a consultant? You have access to user groups and people you can network with. The software did everything you need it to do. As with any software, you need to train people! And train them again; especially if they don't use the system all the time. Same way with any other program.