Manchester, United Kingdom (PressExposure) June 16, 2014 -- CAMMS will exhibit Enterprise Risk Solution at the Alarm National Educational Forum & Exhibition 2014 in Manchester
CAMMS, provider of Corporate Performance Management (CPM) and Business Intelligence (BI) solutions, will showcase Integrated Risk Manager (IRM), a comprehensive tool for enterprise risk management, at The Public Risk Management Association's 'Alarm National Educational Forum & Exhibition 2014'. The event, themed 'Managing Risks in Austerity' will be held Sunday 22nd - Tuesday 24th June 2014 at Manchester University.
Adam Westbrook, Senior Sales Executive for CAMMS says, "Whether you're in Local Government or any other large organisation, managing and mitigating risks is an increasingly crucial area due to new and growing regulations. The added pressure of reduced budgets means that many are struggling to meet their risk management goals. This event is a fantastic opportunity to showcase the benefits of our market-leading ERM solution, IRM which has a brand new release on the horizon."
CAMMS' IRM enables the assessment, analysis, management and monitoring of risks organisation-wide, at strategic, operational and project levels. IRM 3, due for release in July 2014, is mobile compatible and includes new features such as improved analytics, better performance and the option to have hazard and audit management as add-ons.
IRM is also available as an integrated segment of a complete CPM and BI solution that covers the key management functions of strategy execution, performance monitoring and reporting, portfolio, project and program management, employee resource management, performance assessment and personal development, financial planning and budget management, and business intelligence and analytics.
Westbrook adds, "CAMMS has worked with Public Sector organisations worldwide, delivering CPM and BI solutions that do more than just meet current needs. This, along with our extensive experience in the fields of performance and risk management, has given us an in-depth understanding of how organisations can combat their challenges even in times of austerity."