Big news! (And it's not just that I have new glasses!) DCDR.io now allows you to have custom categories for risks and incidents. Switching your existing risk management system to DCDR is now easier than ever with: Custom logo ✅ Custom categories ✅ Custom dashboards 🔜 https://youtu.be/JLtLYCNknz4 Email me if you want to learn more firstname.lastname@example.org (But … Continue reading Custom categories in DCDR
Category: DCDR risk management software
DCDR is software that speeds up and simplifies the risk management process so you can make better decisions, faster
Risk reports in 30 seconds?
It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3 with DCDR
DCDR V2.0 tour video
DCDR V2.0 is live. Here's a quick 90-second tour. https://youtu.be/gXeZY4dR0eM
Send us your existing data and we will format everything and load it into the system so it's all there for you, ready to go.
DCDR is live
(This post was updated on Nov 7, 2018 to reflect the discontinuation of the free SOLO plan.) Launch day! For about 15 months now, I have been working on a project to build a better piece of risk management software. This is something I have been thinking about since 2002 and I think now, more … Continue reading DCDR is live
DCDR is live in beta
After 15 years, it feels very good to finally be able to write that. Take a look. The video might be scrappy but the app isn't. DCDR is live AND it has users. It's been a busy week. Schedule your demo
DCDR App demo – Feb 2018
I've just uploaded a short video showing one of the functional assessment apps in use. Although the methodology is different from the full DCDR tool, the approach and functionality is very similar: Fast? Check! Simple? Check! Easy to use? Check! So here's a taster of what the DCDR app is going to look like. Enjoy! http://andrewsheves.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/dcdr-functional-assessment-demo_hd.mp4
DCDR Update – mid-February 2018
Opportunity overload continues to be the biggest threat to DCDR right now: I keep finding myself being seduced by thoughts of what the app could do, rather than what the core feature set should be. Luckily, I am getting good advice from Matt and from the several thousands of hours of podcasts and interviews I … Continue reading DCDR Update – mid-February 2018