Remedy Interactive Incident Management Software v2.0 Delivers Robust Task Management and Reporting Capabilities

Remedy Interactive is announcing the release of version 2.0 of their Incident Management Software, a module within their suite of safety management software. The new version includes robust task management and reporting capabilities.

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The ability to automate and track every step of the incident management process like never before means that organizations will be able to significantly improve both accountability and efficiency across their entire organization.

Sausalito, CA (PRWEB) June 18, 2014

Remedy Interactive is announcing the release of version 2.0 of their Incident Management Software, a module within their suite of safety management software.

The new functionality focuses on enabling corporations to measurably improve their incident management program and reduce their incident rates by increasing accountability for corrective actions, identifying commonly occurring failures, and analytical insight into the impact of task completion on injury rates. New capabilities include:

•Robust task management capabilities for all incident management-related activities
•Enhanced reporting correlating incident management performance with injury rates
•Ability to assign, schedule, customize and prioritize corrective actions
•Role-based note capabilities
•Improvements to world-class user interface

“This new version of our Incident Management Software allows customers to improve not only their incident management program, but their entire health and safety organization,” said Ben Archibald, Product Team Leader for Remedy Interactive. “The ability to automate and track every step of the incident management process like never before means that organizations will be able to significantly improve both accountability and efficiency across their entire organization. Furthermore, with more people involved and accountable for safety, organizations will have the ability to cultivate – and even measure – a culture of safety.”


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