quickly find improvements and deploy change faster (and with less hassle) with this easy to use software

Inbuilt analysis tools and powerful action management for only $59

Looking for an easier way to manage continuous improvement?

StreamLiner can revolutionise the way you manage improvements. No longer do you need numerous plans pinned to your walls! No longer do you have to try and guess the right improvement to focus on.

Follow the StreamLiner system and save time and effort. You improve your team's clarity and accelerate your  improvement wins.

Also, if you operate a continuous improvement suggestion scheme, StreamLiner can help manage your staff's expectations. And clearly communicate the improvement idea 'leaderboard'.


StreamLiner's built-in tools helps your team get straight into process analysis, even if they are inexperienced.

The software takes the hassle out of continuous improvement, letting you get on with your day-to-day job. You can conduct, organise, and monitor improvement activities within your company.

StreamLiner centralizes your data, enabling your colleagues to quickly access key improvement activities.  

Quickly create improvement projects

Quickly create new projects within StreamLiner, get stuck into an improvement analysis right away.  

Introducing: The StreamLiner action list

All of StreamLiner's analysis tools all you to create actions directly from the observations.

This means that you can:

Analyse

Step 1

Quickly monitor all of the improvement actions in one list. 

Evaluate

Step 1

Rate the actions based on benefits, cost, and speed (BCS), which lets you prioritise the actions 

Report

Step 1

Create action lists reports by BCS, Responsible Employees, Due Date, Open and Closed. 

Prioritise

Step 4

Quickly sort the actions by process, employee, due date, item, status, and BCS score  

Maximise your results

Save time by managing all of your improvement actions in one place. Use the report filters and focus your team onto the few tasks that can make all the difference. 

Tools include

Blank Audit

Step 1

Create your own rapid audit assessment. Find out if you are where you think you are and start your improvement journey here.  

Waste Walking

Step 1

Use our quick print templates and get your team on a waste walk. Find the waste in your business and then rapidly create an action plan.  

5S

Step 1

Take advantage of our built in 5S scoring sheets. Move your business teams away from mediocre to awesome workplace organisation.  

Process Analysis

Step 4

Find out what exactly goes on within your business processes. Discover improvement opportunities that are right under your nose! Only, you haven’t noticed them before!  

CCC

Step 5

Use the Concern, Cause, Countermeasure approach to log issues you have with the business’ operations. Springboard your way to an improvement plan.  

Meetings Manager

Step 6

Orchestrate your team’s improvement activities with our meetings matrix. Log your actions directly within StreamLiner.  

Full instruction guide included

Included with your download is the StreamLiner guide. But don’t worry, StreamLiner is easy to use!

If you want to have a look at the instructions before you buy - click here.

Are you ready to get started?

StreamLiner helps you pull together your ongoing improvement activities. It lets you comfortably manage all improvement actions. StreamLiner removes the complexity of change management, meaning your business can benefit from the results all-the-more quickly.

Please pick the correct version of StreamLiner, the one which best meets your needs. After payment, you will receive an email with a link, to download the software.

Please read the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) if you want to use this software on more than one PC.

Get your copy of StreamLiner today

If you're ready to improve the rate of making change happen in your business then buy your copy of StreamLiner today.

We offer a full money back guarantee; if StreamLiner isn't a good fit for you just let us know!

All the best with your improvement projects,

Giles Johnston and Robert Broughton