It is not uncommon that an organisation's management system, which was perhaps introduced several years ago, does not entirely agree with the current strategy and way of working. In the worst case, the management system results only in a certificate on the wall and that a rash of "fire fighting" takes place before audits. If so, you are not obtaining the effects you would from a properly functioning management system, such as:
A management system is one of the organisation's primary competitive advantages in a market where it is possible to obtain broadly similar resources. A correctly functioning strategy and effective working method, in other words a management system, distinguishes today's successful organisations.
There can be several reasons for why the management system has become a headache instead of a crowning glory: incorrectly implemented, delayed maintenance, not comprehensive enough, lacking a guiding thread or lack of support from the management.
One of the success factors for a properly functioning management system is IT support. Today management systems are often process-oriented, comprehensive and integrated with, for example, quality, environment and occupational health and safety systems and this makes high demands on support.
During the introduction of IT support, we always recommend a simultaneous review of the structure, content and organisation around the existing management system. There are several puzzle pieces that must be coordinated to give results.
IT support for a management system includes the following advantages:
provides a fully integrated program family, CANEA ONE, which contains modules for the management of documents, cases, processes and projects.
The CANEA Document module is designed to support a process-oriented management system.