ARM goes from strength to strength as it is selected by leading international players – Nick Scully COO of Sword Active Risk reports…
2014 was another good year for ARM. We counted many new high profile international companies as customers. In the utilities and energy sector we welcomed Ameren from North America, Bruce Power from Canada, Vector from New Zealand and Petronas, as any motor sport fan will know, from Malaysia. Also from Canada we said hello to transportation company Metrolinx, and international packaging company Orora. In the finance sector we signed up several new organisations including TSB in the UK. And we’ve been busy in the Middle East too, with new customers in real estate and transportation.
During 2014, we have seen the successful roll out of ARM 7 which is now gaining much momentum and being implemented by customers from many industries across the globe. We’ve had some great feedback from customers regarding the smooth transition to ARM 7 and particularly regarding the help and guidance that our support team have been able to provide.
ARM 7 has been developed in direct response to feedback from our customers and increasingly we are seeing ARM being used to manage risk in major projects, industrial processes and business operation, in a wide range of highly regulated sectors. In choosing ARM to manage risk and capitalize on opportunities to enhance their business, what all these companies have in common is a confidence in our current product and development strategy, viewing Sword Active Risk as a business partner for the long term.
We are looking forward to another great year in 2015 and to continuing to work with you all.