TapRooT® software allows electronic reporting of incidents and provides categorization necessary to track them.  It helps investigators organize their thoughts and present information they collect.  The software helps facilitate the root cause analysis of reactive and proactive investigations, and provides advanced equipment troubleshooting tools to understand equipment failures.  The software provides an electronic review and approval feature for management, maintains a database of incident information, and provides tracking, validation and verification of corrective actions.  It also provides categorization and trending capabilities to allow the use of advanced trending techniques.

TapRooT® software users around the world are planning to register for the TapRooT® Software Super Users/Administrators track the 2012 Global TapRooT® Summit to learn best practices in using this software and learn all of the latest developments.  Here are a few sessions planned for 2012 to help you get the most from your TapRooT® software:

Chris Vallee

Chris Vallee will be presenting “Trending Using the TapRooT® Software.”  This session will cover how to use your data for trending purposes in the TapRooT® V5 Software, including:

• Corrective Action Status Reports
• Root Cause Reports
• Search Function
• Defining Trending Going Forward

Chris Vallee is a TapRooT® Instructor and Senior Associate at System Improvements.

Dan Verlinde

Dan Verlinda will be presenting, “Bridging the Software Knowledge Gap.”  Dan is the Director of Information Technology & Software Development at System Improvements.

This session will cover a range of topics Enterprise clients will need to address for successful TapRooT® V5 Software implementation, including:

• Software Installation
• Implementation Strategy
• System Configuration & Administrative Tools
• Data Migration

Dan will also be presenting “What’s New in the TapRooT® Software.”  This session will cover new developments in the TapRooT® Software since the last TapRooT® Summit.  Even if you are not a software administrator, many Summit attendees who use TapRooT® add this best practice session as a custom course to their track to stay up-to-date and polish their super-user skills.

Learn more about the software track on the Summit schedule page.