Intelex and TapRooT team up to provide in-depth root cause analysis tool

The TapRooT System is based on advanced, proven human performance and equipment reliability technology. 

Devdiscourse News Desk | Updated: 16-06-2018 18:32 IST | Created: 16-06-2018 18:22 IST
Intelex and TapRooT team up to provide in-depth root cause analysis tool
Intelex Technologies, a global leader in the development and support of software solutions for Environment, Health, Safety and Quality (EHSQ) programs, has announced its partnership with TapRooT to build on their current suite of product offerings. (Image Credit: Twitter)

Intelex Technologies, a global leader in the development and support of software solutions for Environment, Health, Safety and Quality (EHSQ) programs, has announced its partnership with TapRooT to build on their current suite of product offerings.

TapRooT is a systematic process, software, and training for finding the real root causes of problems. It is used by leading companies around the world to investigate and fix the root causes of all types of mission-critical problems. The TapRooT System is based on advanced, proven human performance and equipment reliability technology.

"This partnership provides customers with an industry-leading, integrated solution for taking their injury and root cause analysis data to the next level. By leveraging Intelex and TapRooT customers can drive impactful proactive safety decisions," said Kristen Duda, Vice President, Strategic Alliances and Partnerships, Intelex.

"We're excited to establish a partnership with Intelex. TapRooT and Intelex both create safer workplaces and help companies achieve operational excellence, that's why this was an obvious opportunity to collaborate. This partnership will allow our joint customers to realize an integrated Environmental Health and Safety and Root Cause Analysis solution while reducing duplicate effort." said Dan Verlinde Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, TapRooT.

A company statement (by Intelex) said, Customers are able to leverage Intelex's powerful reporting and analytics foresight on injury and root cause data, ultimately producing better decisions and reducing the risk of repeat incidents, injuries and illnesses.

The integration will also remove the administrative and record keeping hassle of managing two disparate incident and root cause analysis tools.


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