The report is published by AMRAE (la Maison du risk management) and Ernst & Young (EY) and is a 360° analysis of market practices based on a survey of 249 risk managers from 36 countries and 51 manufacturers.
The result is 11 so-called “Leader quadrants” divided into different functional areas. CALPANA and its GRC software CRISAM® scored highly in several categories.
According to AMRAE and EY, the topic of risk management is becoming increasingly interconnected across different business units, geographical areas and risk types. In this context, the report emphasises the importance of Risk Management Information Systems (RMIS). These are positioned as a functional and management tool for identifying and assessing risks and determining the exposure of an organisation.
RMIS software is constantly evolving to meet the expectations of new risks and new social and environmental standards (e.g. cybersecurity, sustainable development and corporate social responsibility, artificial intelligence).
In the exciting new edition of the report, you will find a market analysis, alternative perspectives, a description of the requirements of risk managers and the offerings of RMIS vendors. In addition, there is a detailed technical data sheet for each vendor.
We are delighted and not surprised. With our AI research project together with the renowned Hagenberg University of Applied Sciences, we are setting standards in the field of artificial intelligence in risk management with CRISAM.AI. We are thus taking on a pioneering role and integrating the ability to recognise risks in real time into our GRC platform CRISAM®.
The excellent ranking in this area can be attributed to several key factors:
These factors contribute to CRISAM® performing very well in the RMIS panorama in the analysis quadrant and demonstrating its capabilities as a comprehensive GRC platform.
The report is available every year free of charge as a download on the AMRAE website in English and French.
Look for “CALPANA” in the report.
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In addition to the publication, there is also a web-based analysis platform where you can filter by category, company size, modules, etc:
Note: This AMRAE study in partnership with EY is based on self-assessments and positions AMRAE as neutral, objective and independent with regard to the information presented.