Continuous Improvement rsured™

Our business continually improves through enhanced management of non-conformances, corrective actions and improvement projects.

  • rsured™ ensures that continuous business improvement is an ongoing process in your day-to-day operations.
  • rsured™ records and classifies all non-conformances and ensures corrective actions are allocated to responsible people.
  • rsured™ tracks and manages specific improvement projects, records all meetings and minutes for easy reference, and records all lessons learnt (e.g. Safety Bulletins) so you can share these with your stakeholders.
  • rsured™ gives you the assurance that the effective management of non-conformances, corrective actions, meetings, improvement projects and lessons learnt is part of your business culture and driving continuous improvement.

Key Indicators

The screen shot below shows Key Indicators. These are referred to as tiles and can be configured to provide key indicators that are useful to your business. Within each tile there is the ability to view the details of the Key Indicators.


Provides access to the standard graphs that are available. Custom graphs can be developed if required.


Transactions is where you can manage the transactions within the module e.g. Add, Modify or View

Pre-configured Functionality


  • Record and classify non-conformances from both internal and external sources.
  • Non-conformances can be linked to your Audits, Inspections and Meetings.
  • Allocate Non-conformances to responsible people.

Corrective Actions

  • Manage the corrective actions resulting from the incident. Allocate responsibilities and monitor status.
  • Corrective Actions can be linked to Incidents and Non-conformances.
  • Allocate Corrective Actions to responsible people.

Improvement Projects

  • Track and management continuous improvement projects.


  • Record all your meetings and attach the minutes for easy reference.

Lessons Learnt

  • Record all your Learnings (e.g. Safety Bulletins) and share with your stakeholders.

Why do digital transformation projects go wrong?

Each year, businesses around Australia experience digital transformation project failure, often wasting millions of dollars. The same businesses agonise over the causes of their digital transformation project failure.  With some engaging expensive consultants to assess and recover failing projects, and others abandoning what originally seemed like well-planned, well-organised projects, destined for success.

Do you want to know why these digital transformation projects go wrong?

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