A Plans Module is the latest addition to InformationLeader. It is available now to all users who have Version 220.127.116.11 or above. The module is currently being used to help food businesses more easily manage their HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) Plans. Using InformationLeader for TACCP (Threat Assessment & Critical Control Point) only requires some simple modifications.
With a Drag-and-Drop Flow Chart Builder, it is possible to prepare flow charts directly in InformationLeader – no need for another flowcharting package.
The flowchart is linked to other key components: Threat Analysis, Threat Assessment, Threat Prioritisation, Threat Report Matrixes and Tables. These will adapt to your organisation’s needs.
Automatic coding, numbering and re-numbering features make initial preparation and updating existing Plans quick and easy. Links can be made to InformationLeader Form Templates or documents.
What is InformationLeader?
InformationLeader is an information management solution which allows organisations to electronically capture, analyse and centrally manage traditionally paper-based information.
InformationLeader began in Queensland, Australia in 2001 borne out of the need for an Australian food exporter to meet international standards for data capture and compliance. The development and supports team remain based in Queensland. However, the solution is being used worldwide.
InformationLeader is a mature, proven solution with the flexibility required by the modern work environment hence the new module for TACCP and HACCP Plans.
Remember – if you have any questions or just want to chat about how this latest version of InformationLeader can help your business, or for any custom scenarios that you think might help your business, then either send us a tweet @ILeaderV5 or email us at email@example.com. If you’re already an existing InformationLeader and want to see how to make use of this new feature, just get in touch with InformationLeader support and they’ll be happy to take you through the new functionality.