If you’re a large organization with a high incident frequency, large number of physical assets, and a broad range of diverse operations, you’ve probably considered acquiring a Risk Management Information System (RMIS). However, adopting a new solution may be time consuming due to budget constraints and lengthy RFP processes. This blog will discuss how risk managers can benefit from the tools available to them to develop risk management plans before they are ready to take on a more robust solution.
A traditional approach to business might be to avoid risk, at any cost. Risk is dangerous. However, the increasing volatility of a changing marketplace has made it pretty clear that risk is inevitable. Trying to avoid it can leave an entrepreneur in the same position as the proverbial ostrich. The question to ask isn’t so much “how can I avoid risk,” as “how can I make it work for me.”
The following blog post is by a guest blogger, Regan Hipp.
While the main concern for everyone is their safety, the safety of their loved ones and of their homes, businesses can be impacted just as forcefully from such powerful storms.
Lack of preparations can cost business owners thousands or even millions of dollars in damages.
There are many things you can do to prepare your business for storms, so you can focus on the safety of more important aspects of your life until all is calm again.
This is a guest post by Sara Carter. Sara is a co-founder of the website Enlightened Digital, entrepreneur, and Bostonian. While writing in the tech and business space, her goal is to explore how changes in the digital world affect business growth and professional development, especially for women.
There are many options and vendors when it comes to computing software. For example, there are application suites such as enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer relationship management (CRM) offerings, and collaboration and content management applications in the software as a service (SaaS) race. However, there are a few other decisions to be made when it comes to utilizing this type of software solution. Organizations can either look to cloud hosting services or they can maintain their on-premise system.