The InformationLeader solution has been used in industry and government around the world. Its flexibility and wealth of features has delivered quantifiable gains and significant return on investment in a broad range of scenarios.
InformationLeader solutions include Quality Assurance, Government, Occupational Safety & Health, Environmental Management, and more.
InformationLeader has helped exporters meet stringent US FDA, EU, Japanese, and Australian requirements for over 10 years. Its feature set has been designed from the ground up to not only get on top of compliance requirements, but to turn compliance into continuous improvement. Single site. Multi site. Export or domestic. Big and global or local and agile. InformationLeader is flexible enough to meet your specific Quality Assurance requirements, including HACCP, ISO, and PHI performance. Read more
Government departments are under increased public scrutiny to do more with constant or reducing budgets and minimising the transactional cost of doing business for industry. With InformationLeader, paper based forms and processes can become efficient electronic work streams managed over the internet, allowing central and regional departments to seamlessly work together and have the information they need, when they need it. Read more
The safety and wellbeing of your workers is paramount and adherence to regulated health and safety requirements goes a long way towards ensuring this. From risk identification, analysis, employee training and certification through to incident reporting and identifying opportunities for improvement, InformationLeader gives you a complete health and safety information management system. Read more
InformationLeader allows organisations to keep on top of critical dates and tasks to meet all permit, lease and other compliance requirements and regulatory commitments. Operating as an environmentally responsible organization is now the norm, not the exception. Take the next step by adopting an Environmental Information Management System designed to turn good intentions into quantifiable gains – InformationLeader. Read more