COVID-19: Ventiv to offer clients free access to its analytics platform

To help address the impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak, Ventiv Technology is currently offering its clients free access to its Ventiv Analytics platform, which features global COVID-19 data, in a bit to help them to make faster risk mitigation decisions.

All clients currently using Ventiv IRM and its RiskConsole software to track their property exposures are now able to monitor the impact of the spread of the virus on a global basis on their portfolios.

CEO Bill Diaz commented: “In these uncertain times, we believe we have a role to play in helping clients to better understand and manage their business risks in relation to the spread of the coronavirus.

“In the face of such unprecedented challenges we have decided to make our Ventiv Analytics capabilities available so our clients can make risk mitigation decisions quickly and with access to up-to-date scientific and medical information.

“The care and well-being of clients is paramount as we all evolve our businesses to manage and mitigate the impact of this fast-moving global pandemic.”

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