Origami Risk releases free ERM self-assessment tool

Origami Risk has launched an enterprise risk management maturity assessment tool that can be accessed online free of charge.

Designed to help risk managers evaluate the effectiveness of their ERM initiatives, the tool guides users through a 17-question online survey before creating an instant, custom PDF indicating where their organisation’s ERM programme stands in terms of a variety of key indicators.

The report also offers benchmarks against peers and a list of next steps for making improvements or driving results based on responses to the questions.

“As employers look for ways to improve their ability to anticipate and address the wider range of exposures now facing their organisations, many are ramping up their risk management efforts and revisiting their ERM initiatives,” said James Green, director of risk practices at Origami Risk. “We’re pleased to provide a complimentary resource that delivers fast and objective assessments of ERM initiatives and tailored recommendations based on recognised best practices.”

Learn more about Origami's software in the latest CIR Risk Software Report.

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