Procedure manual software to systemise and document your business operations
A systemised business will improve outcomes and eliminate inefficiencies. Documented and clearly understood systems are more valuable than clever marketing, clever people or glib ideas. Using our procedure manual software you can build a business where everything has a place and everything is in its place.
Not just a collection of documents but a framework that covers all necessary departments and categories of a typical business. Simplly customise the content to suit your business.
Create policies, procedures and work instructions around all your key departments. No more trying to find word docs stored in multiple locations TKO allows you to create and view an endless amount of documents all from one location, all nicely categorised into well structured departments.
First design the roles that support your business departments then like a coach of an on field sporting team assign your players to their respective positions.
Build manuals for the company as a whole or simply select a staff member then create a manual specific to their roles and functions.
TKO provides the means to publish to print, pdf, word or web output. The web output provides an easy way for you and your staff to view policies and procedures that you have created.
Allows you to leave content in it’s relevant category while still allowing it to be used in a step by step guide e.g. “Preparing pay slips” should be under Accounts/Payroll department category however you might like to include it in a process called “End of week accounts procedure” where it becomes one of the steps in that process.
- Central repository
- Manage Policies & Procedures
- Manage Roles & Staff
Simply install TKO on your PC and build the business that you have always dreamed of
- 500+ Documents pre-loaded
- Categorised into departments
- Easily Customisable
Not just random documents but a comprehensive framework to meet all your business needs
- Operations manuals
- Staff Manuals
- Knowledge base web site
Once you build the perfect system you’ll want all your staff to know about it.