Welcome to the forum, Monty.
Well, I've taken a look at the YouTube video (testing what looks like a Medtronic LifePak 20 with a Fluke ESA 615 electrical safety tester and Impulse 7000 defib analyzer)* ...
... the software (user interface) appears a lot "tidier" than Ansur. But does this herald the end of Ansur? If so, that would be a sad state of affairs (it's a pity Fluke didn't leave Metron alone, IMHO).
Does OneQA let you (the user) edit the sequences? Or are you stuck with someone else's ideas about how tests should be conducted? In the YouTube demo, NFPA 99 is mentioned, for example.
Myself, I would like to edit terminology to my own (biased) preferences; I would change "Asset", and "DUT", for example.
So, in a word:- is OneQA configurable?
Also, what about all the effort you have invested in Ansur? Can that stuff be ported across into the new system?
If it were me, I think I would need a lot of convincing before moving away from Ansur. Especially if, as you say, you have it integrated nicely with AIMS.
Cloud-based? If this good? OK as long as there is an internet connection, I guess.
And notice that I haven't even mentioned cost (and time needed to implement).
There's a load of information here:- OneQA
PS: I would be interested to learn if this new software still uses the old Metron .mts, .mtt and .mtr file types. I'm guessing not.
* I noticed fifteen full-energy discharges of the defib ... I was once told that my own practise of ten consecutive discharges was "excessive"!