The recently published survey of Enterprise Risk Management Software Solutions ranks 4C Strategies’ Exonaut Risk and Incident Manager (RIM) highest in the maturity curve, showing that as a solutions provider, 4C caters to the most advanced levels of enterprise risk management.
The Institute of Risk Management carries out a yearly independent evaluation of Enterprise Risk Management software. It aims to identify experts working within the area of Risk Management, supply an overview of the sector, and to allow risk professionals to make clear, informed decisions when choosing an Enterprise Risk Management solution that is right for them.
Exonaut™ RIM, part of the Exonaut™ software suite, is an extremely intuitive enterprise risk management tool. Requiring no prior experience in risk management, users are able to identify, manage and visualise risks and opportunities on a ‘live’ platform. As a result, senior management can effectively prioritise limited time, resource and investment to where it is most required in the organisation.
"This top ranking by the IRM substantiates the recent successes we have had as a business" says Rod Kilgour, 4C International. "Our customers not only see the benefits of our ERM solution but buy into the vision that our integrated Resilience suite supports their business in the closely interrelated areas of Risk, Compliance and Business Continuity.”
About 4C Strategies
4C Strategies provides consultancy services and software solutions for improved risk, business continuity and crisis management. The company already has a large international client base, including organisations such as the British Army, London Gatwick Airport, Argos and Homebase. 4C Strategies launched in 2000, quickly establishing itself as a successful global brand, and is now
recognised as one of the most innovative providers of risk management solutions.
About the Institute of Risk Management
The Institute of Risk Management (IRM) is a professional education and training body, with approximately 4000 members in more than 100 countries and over 500 students studying risk management at any time. Since it was established in 1986, its focus has been to promote the
importance and relevance of risk management.