Introducing Data Analytics: Data-Driven Risk Assessment Reporting​

Data Analytics Feature: Data-Driven Risk Assessment Reporting

Published On: February 21, 2022Categories: Risk AssessmentTags: , ,

Digitalisation and data analytics are enhancing risk management and informing better decision-making.

RiskPal’s new Data Analytics module provides precise insights into organisational risk activity and user patterns, allowing users to harness the power of data to build, interrogate, and share actionable reports and graphs.


Manage Risk Assessment Data From a Single Dashboard


This new feature gives risk managers instant report building capability in a single dashboard, with no manual data compilation efforts.

Quick access to destination details, country profiles, key activities, supplier data, and a lot more saves you time and ensures your management reports are reliable and up-to-date.

In addition, you can compare risk assessments between departments and templates, while getting valuable insights as to why some risk assessment approvals are delayed.

Organisations are increasingly using data insights to improve organisational performance and safety. We want to make that process easier.

Discussing the launch of the new feature, RiskPal COO Tom Bacon said, “getting meaningful data from risk assessments has long been an organisational challenge and we are delighted to launch this new feature. This is just the start of a series of exciting data-led developments we plan to launch in the Analytics Suite in the months ahead.”

At RiskPal, we are embracing digitalisation to transform the risk assessment process. We believe the process should be empowering and easy, while at the same time strengthening organisational risk management and duty of care.

Read more about how great user experience can contribute to better risk management engagement here or get in touch to find out more.

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