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 Quality and Risk Management System 

QRSM

In every company exists a multitude of processes. Sales, production, consultancy and complaint management are just a few examples. These processes consist of multiple sub-processes, sometimes even dozens. As a manager or entrepreneur, you aim to be in control. Being control requires clear insights in all processes. The Process Manager visualises every (sub-)process. Tasks, authorisations and responsibilities can be registered in detail for every employee, creating a clear overview of your organisation’s workflow.

In an ideal world, there is a direct flow of improvement issues from a process definition to a registration system. The Quality and Risk Management System makes it possible by adding risk analysis and improvement registration to the core functionality of process documentation. Stale manuals and unclear overviews from Excel or Visio belong to the past. The Quality and Risk Management System delivers a clear, accessible and visually satisfying application. When viewing your processes, you are only a click away from your improvement registration and risk analysis, which is the ideal start for a ISO or VCA certification.

Project managers are assigned accounts in the Risk Analysis System, enabling them to monitor their projects by executing a risk analysis for several project sections. These analyses come with a smart presentation, making the project manager aware of possible dangers and their consequences.

The user is guided through the risk analysis by a smart ‘wizard’. Risks are linked to possible consequences, control measures and emergency guidelines. Consequences can be created or selected from pre-defined options.

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PM

What is your organisation’s process flow? Which is the next step in a certain process? Who are part of a process, and which documents and forms are used? These are questions that are difficult to answer within most companies, usually because of a legacy of multiple information systems. Cofano provides a solution: The Process Manager.



In every company exists a multitude of processes. Sales, production, consultancy and complaint management are just a few examples. These processes consist of multiple sub-processes, sometimes even dozens. As a manager or entrepreneur, you aim to be in control. Being in control requires clear insights in all processes. The Process Manager visualises every (sub-)process. Tasks, authorisations and responsibilities can be registered in detail for every employee, creating a clear overview of your organisation’s workflow.


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IRIS

Every organisation has possible quality improvements which must be managed and registered. Managing these improvements using a traditional ERP system is complex and monitoring the process is time consuming. Our software provides automation of this process, supporting the improvement of your organisation and saving valuable time.



When using IRIS, the status of the quality improvements is continuously monitored, ensuring minimal lead times for the implementation of possible control measures.

Implementing quality improvements is a recurring part of an organisation, continuously improving the business’ processes. This results in effective and efficient procedures ensuring minimal failure rates and maximum gains.


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RAS

At the start of almost every project or process revision, a risk analysis should be performed. The Risk Assessment System enforces the analysis and evaluation of risks in an accessible and intuitive way.



Developed with accessibility and the latest safety and quality regulations in mind, the web based RAS application creates insight in the risks of projects and processes.

RAS provides project and process owners with a way to assess all possible risks, for easy risk calculation and process improvement.

Administrators are assigned accounts in the Risk Analysis System, enabling them to monitor their projects by executing a risk analysis for several project sections. These analyses come with a smart presentation, making the project manager aware of possible dangers and their consequences.


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