Root Cause Analysis Software

Root cause analysis (RCA) software helps you solve tough problems. Causelink Desktop software is great for individuals tasked with generating RCA reports. For team collaboration, action tracking, and management reporting, Causelink Enterprise offers visual dashboards and reports that make it easy to share RCA results, trends, and other useful metrics.  Not sure which option is right for you?  See our software comparison guide.

Root Cause Analysis Software

Causelink Enterprise

Root Cause Analysis Software - Causelink Enterprise

This browser-based tool allows RCA teams to collaborate on RCAs, track status and action items, and generate reports on common/systemic causes, open actions, corrective actions and other RCA data.

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Causelink SaaS

Root Cause Analysis Software - Causelink SaaS

Sologic hosts the On-Demand, Software as a Service (SaaS) version of Causelink Enterprise for companies looking for Enterprise RCA software without the requirement of an internal network installation.

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Causelink Desktop

Root Cause Analysis Software - Causelink Desktop

Installed on individual computers, Causelink Desktop software allows users to generate their own RCAs and share results with managers and team members via exported .srca files or PDF reports.

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Testimonials: 

“It has been one of the easiest, least expensive, and helpful things we’ve ever done”
-- Marleen McCloud, HSE Manager for the Americas, AkzoNobel

"Before Sologic RCA training, I downloaded the trial version of Causelink and was up and designing within minutes. The logic was so easy to follow, it literally took me minutes to figure out. This software is by far the easiest I have used in implementation.  The design was clearly done with the end user in mind.  It is a comfortable, logical layout and the graphics help to paint the picture of what you need to see. Since class, I have used it for RCAs and love it even more!"      
 -- Bryan Morrison, Corporate Safety Manager, VECA Electric & Technologies