The commercial software landscape is riddled with project failures. Delays and misunderstandings are sadly the norm. And it’s not uncommon for expensive software to gather dust on a shelf when an implementation falls short. In contrast, Cority has an unparalleled track record in deployments and long-term client success of its industry leading EHSQ software. Our proven approach assures your success.
Over 35+ years and hundreds of projects, Cority’s Implementation Methodology (CIM) delivers assured success. Within days of the start of your project, you have an initial working EHSQ software solution. We then work with you to iterate, ensuring that the end solution is what you need and expect. You get team buy-in with no surprises.
With predefined purpose-built workflows and templates for rapidly creating project work deliverables, our structured business flow approach iteratively tailors the platform to meet your organization’s unique requirements.
Your Cority project will be under the stewardship of EHSQ experts who know your profession and our EHSQ software. We are best positioned to ensure you get the most out of your investment. Cority’s experts understand your business needs as well as our software’s capabilities, and can provide practical solutions to help you achieve your program objectives and EHSQ software ROI.
CorityOne™ is highly functional, open, and configurable. No custom code or overly complex integration needed (which are often the sources of project failure for enterprise software). Our open APIs and integration tool kit make it easy to integrate with HR and other IT systems. Cority projects are significantly less complex than typical enterprise software projects or projects with competing EHSQ vendors.
Our focus on business processes, rather than on product features, contributes to better communications. The result is a better understanding of requirements and EHSQ software options and capabilities. Cority’s integrated, purpose-built workflows are the starting point for a successful implementation.
With a predefined Cority business process model serving as the starting point for a flow-based approach, the proposed initial configuration of the new system is already defined. Providing you with the opportunity to work with the new system early on helps to build confidence in the proposed configuration.
By incrementally refining the proposed business system to better match your requirements, and iteratively vetting the changes in subsequent prototype cycles, you and the implementation team are able to progressively converge on a business system that meets all of your needs.