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Cammsrisk on show at RMIA Annual Conference
Melbourne, 11th November 2016 – CAMMS will showcase its latest product, cammsrisk, at the Risk Management Institution of Australasia (RMIA) Annual Conference in Melbourne in late November.
A leading provider in Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) and Business Intelligence (BI) software, CAMMS has helped tens of thousands of users across five continents to better manage their organizations.
CAMMS’ new SaaS risk product, cammsrisk, is used by Local Government, State Government departments, hospitals and health boards, NGOs and a range of private sector clients to monitor risks, hazards, incidents and audits.
VenuesWest uses cammsrisk to manage risk across 13 sport and entertainment venues on behalf of the WA Government, including the development and construction of a 60,000-seat new venue, Perth Stadium.
Risk, Safety and Wellbeing Manager John Sawka said it showed the diversity of cammsrisk.
“It’s a complex task, managing risk across so many venues, and also managing risk on a venue that’s under construction at the moment. But the cammsrisk product has made the whole process much simpler,” he said.
“The system is simple, effective, easy to use and affordable. It actually makes people want to use the system which is great for the organization and great for me as the Risk Manager.”
CAMMS Managing Director Joe Collins said risk managers would be impressed by the capabilities of cammsrisk.
“The great thing here is that we’ve developed a product that’s simple to use, but still contains the rigour necessary for best-practice risk management and reporting,” Mr Collins said.
“If people actually want to use the system, and find it easy to use, then that helps the Risk Manager immensely.”
Some of CAMMS’ major clients for risk management include the City of Melbourne, Adelaide Airport, the Country Fire Authority in Victoria, and Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service in England.
Find out more about CAMMS and cammsrisk at the RMIA Annual Conference in Melbourne, Australia, from November 16-18.