Aberdeen-based STC INSISO have launched an updated version of their flagship COMET incident investigation, prevention and root cause analysis offering.
Created by professional investigators with major incident experience, the COMET product comprises a unique methodology, training package and online solution for incident investigation, root cause analysis and prevention.
As part of a process of continuous customer-led improvement and with £200K investment from STC INSISO, the team have developed an upgraded version of the package – COMET 2.0.
Anchored by COMET’S intuitive RCA and Preventative Action toolsets, COMET 2.0 delivers an automated user experience that supports, assists, and predicts aspects of an investigation to deliver advice, tools and best practice guidance as investigations are carried out.
This latest version of COMET has already been adopted by 15 firms.
COMET 2.0 introduces a number of new features to streamline the investigative process, including a brand-new investigation data capture tool; on-demand expertise targeted at key investigative stages and new API capabilities to connect to other business critical software and reporting tools.
Mark Rushton, CEO of STC INSISO, said: “I would describe COMET 2.0 in practice as akin to having your own Investigation genius by your side to deliver the right tools and advice just when you need them. We are confident that COMET 2.0 takes investigation software to a whole new level, streamlining and enhancing efficiency at every stage.”
STC INSISO provides business performance improvements through the smart integration of process design, health and safety solutions, training and innovative software
Demos of COMET 2.0 can be booked at www.cometanalysis.com.
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