Anvil and SAP launch workforce tracking and assistance tool

Anvil Group has joined forces with SAP Concur to develop an employee tracking and assistance tool.

Delivered on Anvil’s risk management platform, Riskmatics, the tool uses data from SAP Concur through its itinerary API.

The new tool is designed to help organisations to quickly and easily identify relevant threats, warn those affected and prescribe what action to take.

Real-time monitoring informs an alerting system where decisions are based on thousands of aggregated sources – the data constantly re-evaluated by Anvil’s risk analysts and health and security professionals.

“The events of recent years have taught us that health and safety risks are not confined to areas of existing conflict,” commented Matthew Judge, group managing director of Anvil Group. “With terrorist attacks, natural disasters and epidemics occurring around the world, risk management has been brought to the fore of many travel policy discussions, but companies still need to go much further if they’re to prepare for and manage incidents effectively and protect their globally mobile workforces.”

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