RiskPal Partners with ACLED for Data-Driven Crisis Management

RiskPal Partners with ACLED for Data-Driven Crisis Management

Published On: November 10, 2021Categories: Crisis Management, Risk AssessmentTags: ,

LONDON, Nov. 10, 2021: RiskPal is delighted to announce its new affiliate partnership with the leading data collection, analysis, and crisis mapping organisation for crisis management, The Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project (ACLED).

ACLED is an event-based data project that covers political violence and protest events across more than 200 countries and territories worldwide, helping businesses make sense of crisis management powered by real-time data analytics.

The new partnership allows ACLED to leverage RiskPal’s risk assessment platform and consultancy services for high-risk travel and incident management to further optimise their incident-based insights.

ACLED Senior Programs Manager, Matt Fluegel-Carew said, “We look forward to benefitting from the innovative approaches RiskPal has developed to help organisations like ACLED manage risk. We are also excited to share insights on political violence and disorder with RiskPal as part of this new partnership.”

ACLED’s unrivalled conflict analysis and crisis mapping will further help RiskPal provide one-stop, real-time data and analysis on political violence and protest trends around the world.

RiskPal Chief Operating Officer, Tom Bacon added “This is a really exciting start of a relationship. Any analyst out there knows the excellence of ACLED’s data, and we look forward to working closely with the team in 2022 and beyond.

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