Unlock the value of self-service incident reporting


We all have to write incident reports to track our incidents, measure our losses, and log our near misses. We must learn about the risks our organizations most commonly face.

Just recording these activities is a good starting point, but most organizations fail to truly benefit from the information being collected.

The difficulty is often highlighted when you need to produce a report on a specific metric. Administration, spreadsheets, duplicate versions, calculations - all creating additional costs and frustrations.

Being able to instantly retrieve information with self-service reports allows you to answer queries in minutes using your live incident report data.

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Learn how to move from accumulating your incident data to analyzing your incident data.

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