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April 2, 2012

Sologic introduces new root cause analysis software

Causelink displays 50-plus causes in an 8.5x11" active workspace, printout and PDF

By CBR Staff Writer

Root cause analysis (RCA) training, software and services provider Sologic has introduced Causelink root cause analysis software which displays 50-plus causes in an 8.5×11" active workspace, printout and PDF.

The new software is built using a technology platform that is compatible with current IT architectures and helps organisations to solve real-world problems by guiding users through a logical process, from initial data gathering through to final reports and resolution plans.

Causelink will enable users to create cause and effect charts, identify evidence-based causes and effective applications, analyse and share data, pinpoint, understand and solve systemic problems and demonstrate ROI.

The new release features an embedded Sologic root cause analysis methodology, balance of structure and flexibility and the ability to generate PDFs and print in various formats and sizes, including to a plotter.

Causelink’s system requirements include minimum Intel Pentium III 1 GHz or faster, recommended Pentium 4, 2 GHz, Windows 7, Windows Vista SP1, Windows XP SP2 & SP3 and 512 MB of RAM, recommended 1 GB of RAM.

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