Think for a moment whether your resume supports your result oriented statement. Perhaps not, because in your resume you have only listed out the tasks you had performed in your present position. You might have been successful in mirroring the outlines of the tasks mentioned in the ad. Your document is just a list of tasks. You are informing the hiring company of your core responsibilities, but you have not referred to the results your company had obtained through your effort in fulfilling your core responsibilities.
Since you have not cited the results you had achieved, the hiring company cannot visualize you as a solution to its problems and left it wondering what you are capable of doing for it. Any well-trained and experienced could have performed in the same way as you had done. Then how can you be different from the usual and how can your resume be successful in spurring the hiring company to know more about you.
The next question is as to how to reframe your resume so that the prospective company can spot your talent. You list out the problems your present company had faced. Against each problem, write down your skills and strengths to resolve it. Then you mention the solutions you had come up with to successfully handle the problems.
Then you have to establish that you are result oriented by citing quantifiable outcome along with brief facts on how you did it.
Think about the problems of your potential employer may face. By defining the problems you will be able to come up with some quality information that may convince the company that you are its solution.