Most organisations will have some embryonic risk management software, in the form of an Excel spreadsheet or a document table. However, homegrown software solutions are limited by the skills of the project risk managers and invariably end up costing more than premade software because of the costs for internal development and ongoing support. Whilst these may serve for simple projects, as an organisation matures it will need to have correspondingly mature risk management software that can be scaled to larger projects.
At Emsity, we have teamed up with Safran Software Solutions to create and sell a world class software product, Safran Risk Manager. This easy to use, cloud based risk register easily replaces your existing spreadsheets or out-of-date application to significantly increase project team engagement, and to deliver insights into your data.
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Whether you are introducing your staff to a new risk management software or are trying to expand your ways of thinking about risk to update your policies, it is always useful to get in an expert to give some training. Emsity offers tailored training services to you and your business to help you on your way.
We here at Emsity believe that risk management should be accessible to everyone on a project, not just the project and project risk managers. By offering training from one-on-one risk management training to online seminars, Emsity aims to make risk management an office-wide skill at your business. Alternatively, we can put the power in your hands by training you to do the training, giving you the tools and resources to educate your own staff on risk.
To find out what training services we can offer you and your business, email us today.
In many sectors there are increased regulatory requirements for risk management, and for good reason. By putting in effective processes and procedures in order to deliver a project on time, within budget and to high-quality standards, you can also help your business to:
· Increase customer satisfaction;
· Support the bottom line; and
· Reduce waste.
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Emisty can bring years of project risk expertise to consult on your business and projects. Advice is tailored to your specific needs and will allow you to:
What is a risk profile? It is the amount of risk a project is exposed to in terms of cost or time. Usually displayed as a histogram, the risk profile provides a rich insight into the quality of the data held within a risk register if you know how to interpret it.
Risk doesn’t exist in isolation and putting this into the context of your project can help you to identify threats and opportunities. Emsity can help you contextualise your risk profile to help you make the most out of your risk assessments.
Risk maturity can range from risk naive with little to no risk processes up to risk mature, where detailed quantitative modelling and analysis is performed. The concept of risk maturity is a spectrum that can be used to aid and guide organisations in the appropriate development and deployment of tools and techniques.
Your current risk maturity may no longer be serving you and your projects well, but this can be fixed. With careful consideration of your current practises, Emsity can help you drive up your risk maturity as a business.
It is important to make sure your risk methodologies are up to date and relevant to your current projects. By auditing and reviewing your current policies and practises, Emsity can help you improve your efficiency without having to implement entirely new systems.
It is quite common for there to be problems on a project that seem stuck or insurmountable with the tools at your disposal. Emsity can lend a fresh set of eyes and years of experience to help you create new solutions to your outstanding issues.
Changing your risk management processes can be a difficult transition for your staff. Emsity also helps to ease your business put those new practises into place with tailored training and resources.