A guest blog post from Jo Butler, the Product Manager for Active Risk Manager
As I announced in an earlier blog post, at Active Risk we’re on a mission to make risk reporting more simple, valuable and personal. In recent months we’ve launched ARM Risk Performance Manager (ARM RPM), to put report design and production into the hands of risk and project professionals. We’ve also created an online community where Active Risk and ARM RPM users can share report designs using the popular .RDL file format.
We’ve made a commitment to share report designs in a range of categories so that organizations can use these templates to kick-start their own reports and enhance the risk information available to management.
I’m delighted to announce that six new report templates will be available to download from Monday, March 18th from the ARM RPM community forum on Linkedin. The reports are in several categories:
o Project risk portfolio
Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and KRIs
o An example risk exposure dashboard
Health, Safety and Environment
o Incident metrics
o Insurance claims
General Risk Management
o Response export
o Example report showing how to call a sub-report
It’s advantageous to everyone to continuously improve the quality of the analysis which can be produced from the rich data which is being accumulated in ARM systems. So if you have your own report designs to share please do get in touch.
ARM RPM customers should contact me via firstname.lastname@example.org to join the online Linkedin community to download and share report templates.
For more information on ARM RPM visit our web site and contact your Active Risk Account Director to arrange a demonstration.
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