While a fourth client achieves Highly Commended
 
High profile clients of Sword Active Risk, Crossrail, Skanska and Network Rail all took top honours at the recent CIR Risk Management awards while GE Subsea Systems gained a Highly Commended accolade. The awards were presented at a gala dinner held on 20 November at the Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London.
 
Keith Ricketts, Marketing Director at Sword Active Risk stated; “We are delighted to congratulate our clients that did so well in this year’s CIR Risk Management Awards. This highlights the benefits that using Enterprise and Project Risk Management solutions such as ARM are able to bring to organisations running large and complex projects.”
 
Sword Active Risk’s customers included:

  • Skanska who won Risk Management Team of the Year

  • Crossrail who won Risk Management Programme of the Year

  • Network Rail Infrastructure Projects – Edinburgh Waverley who won Major Capital Projects Award

  • GE Subsea Systems who were Highly Commended in the Transformation Award

 
The CIR Risk Management Awards are now in their fourth year. In 2010 Active Risk Manager (ARM) won Risk Application of the Year after being nominated by Rio Tinto. In 2011 Sword Active Risk customers Amlin, EADS and Eurocopter were successful, and in 2012 ARM user Skanska won several awards and won ‘Outstanding Contribution’ to the Risk Industry award.
 
Earlier this year, Sword Active Risk’s Active Risk Manager (ARM), the leading risk management software for major projects, programs and enterprises, won the “Highly Commended” Award for the Risk Management Solution of the Year at the Institute of Risk Management (IRM) Global Risk Awards.