Take Control of Your Risk Technology Journey

Resources to assist in the evolution of your risk management systems

 

 

 

 

 

 

Advisen Webinar featuring Ventiv:
Evolution vs. Revolution: Take Control of Your Risk Technology Journey

Managing risk, safety or claims programs means dealing with more data, additional business complexity, and greater security risks. Then there are heightened performance expectations from senior management, business units and, often, even the board of directors. Software solutions offer an effective way to address these challenges, but without being an IT expert, how do you make it happen?

On the webinar, Ventiv Technology’s Stephen Rhee, Redhand Advisors’ Patrick O’Neill, Whole Foods’ Margot Roth and Advisen’s Rebecca Bole discussed how advanced software solutions can be used most effectively by organizations. They also offered tips on making smart technology decisions that will aid in risk management.

The following topics were discussed:

  • Identifying specific issues (areas of concern) in your organization that can be addressed by technology
  • Spotting common pitfalls when evaluating software solutions
  • Taking the best approach to developing a purpose-built risk software solution
  • Building a solution roadmap that lets you take control of technology and ensure the greatest return on our investment
  • Taking the Risk Technology Evolution Model, an easy-to-use risk technology diagnostic that’s the first step in planning your technology journey

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Risk Technology Evolution Model

Ventiv’s Risk Technology Evolution Model is a proprietary online diagnostic tool designed to help risk managers optimize their use of risk technology. The model takes advantage of Ventiv’s 40-plus years of experience in the risk, insurance and safety industry to help risk leaders:

  1. Understand their organization’s current risk technology maturity,
  2. Establish the level of risk technology maturity they’d like to achieve in the future, and
  3. Identify gaps and challenges in achieving the desired level.
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The Definitive Guide to Risk Management Information System
The Definitive Guide to Risk Management Information Systems

How can a risk management information system (RMIS) help improve efficiencies, effectiveness and compliance? The Definitive Guide to a Risk Management Information System provides valuable insight into how a RMIS can help your organization. Specifically, this guide:

  • Demonstrates what types of businesses use a RMIS.
  • Explains what a RMIS does and the value it brings.
  • Helps you determine if you need a RMIS.
  • Provides information about risk management software & other risk management tools

Guide-IconThis guide will be a useful resource whether you're investing in a RMIS for the first time or re-evaluating your current supplier.

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RMIS ROI Calculator

Guide-Icon-RevWith the growing number of risk management software technologies available, choosing the right one can be a daunting task. Using industry benchmarks and standards, you can quickly find out what your organization can expect to gain from adopting a risk management information system.

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Identifying & Prioritizing Your Risk Issues

Tipsheet-IconThere can be a technology solution for almost every risk management challenge you face. But it’s not always appropriate to deploy technology to solve every issue. It’s easy to get overwhelmed due to the number of potential issues, but you have to be clear about the identifying and prioritizing the problems to solve using technology. DOWNLOAD OUR TIPSHEET >

Conducting an Effective Reference Check

Tipsheet-IconEvery organization is unique when it comes to its specific risk issues and the potential to solve them with technology. Of course you always want to see a demo of a vendor’s system to learn more about the technology and what it can do for you. Equally important, always get evidence that the solution truly has the capabilities that can address your specific issues. One of the best ways to do that is to talk directly with a risk manager who has experience with that system. DOWNLOAD OUR TIPSHEET >

Creating & Evaluating Risk Technology RFPs

Tipsheet-IconLet’s face it, not all RFPs are equal. They can be too skimpy, which doesn’t provide the input you need to make a decision. Even when lengthy, sometimes it’s too easy for a vendor to answer yes to everything. But the RFP is a critical step in the process of identifying and selecting a vendor. When you’re making a decision that will affect your use of technology for the next 5 to 10 years, obviously you want to make a well-informed choice. DOWNLOAD OUR TIPSHEET >

 



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