Active Risk Manager wins Risk Product of the Year at StrategicRisk Awards

Melbourne, Australia, 09 May 2018 – Sword GRC, a supplier of specialist risk management software and services, has announced that Active Risk Manager (ARM) has won Risk Product of the Year at this year’s StrategicRISK Asia-Pacific Management Awards. The awards were presented at the industry’s prestigious event held at the Grand Hyatt Singapore, following the annual Risk Forum APAC 2018, co-hosted by StrategicRISK and PARIMA.  The finalists and winners were decided by StrategicRisk’s independent panel of expert judges from the risk industry. The category Risk Product of the Year recognises solutions for their ability to empower companies in their Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) efforts, with an improved management information system. David Harvey, Director, APAC, Sword Active Risk, picked up the award and said: “We were very pleased to be nominated for a start and to win is amazing. We’re always putting the work in and trying to do the best that we can. It’s a competitive market and we’re always trying to innovate.” Keith Ricketts, Vice President of Marketing at Sword Active Risk commented; “StrategicRISK’s prestigious awards are recognising the strategic importance of risk management in organisations. Using a solution like Active Risk Manager is enabling the discipline of risk management to evolve from being just operationally or project focused to become a tool that supports individuals and companies to make better business decisions across the enterprise.” NOTES TO EDITORS About StrategicRISK’s Asia-Pacific Risk Management Awards 2018
  1. This year’s event is StrategicRISK’s second annual Asia-Pacific Risk Management Awards. Risk managers, insurers, brokers, and other service providers can enter up to 16 award categories, independently and rigorously judged by a panel of hand-picked risk experts. The winners are announced at an awards ceremony, which is held immediately following StrategicRISK’s annual conference, Strategic Risk Forum.
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