Global Enterprise Performance Management software vendor, CAMMS – a world leader in planning and strategy, project, risk and meeting management software, as well as budgeting, workforce and analytics solutions – will be exhibiting at the Risk Management Institution of Australasia’s (RMIA) 2017 National Conference, November 15-17 in Canberra.
Titled Risk It and hosted at the QT Hotel Canberra, RMIA 2017 aims to ‘promote learning at the cutting edge of Risk Management practice, to foster creative thinking, to network and to have fun’.
“As the premier Risk Management conference in Asia Pacific, attracting around 400 risk thought leaders throughout the region, CAMMS is proud to be a repeat sponsor and showcase cammsrisk.com – our integrated Enterprise Risk Management solution,” said CAMMS Sales Director, Andrew Rossi. “We’re proud to be helping clients throughout Australia achieve their Risk Management objectives – from WorkCover, to Nationwide Superannuation and Venues West, which manages Western Australia’s portfolio of 13 sporting and entertainment venues on behalf of the state government.”
Scott Williams – CEO of Adelaide’s North Eastern Community Hospital, a CAMMS’ Risk and Incident Management client – will deliver a case study presentation in the Government and Community Engagement track at RMIA 2017, Thursday 16 November, 1:45 – 2:30pm.
Featuring 11 keynote speakers and over 50 individual sessions, the 2017 RMIA agenda is split into several themed tracks, including: Enterprise Risk Management; People, Culture and Ethics; Organizational Resilience; Security, Information Security and Cyber Risk; Finance and Insurance; and Government.
More details about the conference can be found HERE: rmiaconference.com.au/
A full event schedule and downloadable conference program can be found HERE: rmiaconference.com.au/rmia-nationa…erence-program-2/
CAMMS is a global Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) software company dedicated to transforming organizational strategy into reality. CAMMS offers the world’s only true end-to-end, fully integrated, EPM platform.
Able to be used independently, or as part of a complete EPM platform, CAMMS is a world leader in planning and strategy, project, risk and meeting management software, as well as budgeting, workforce and analytics solutions.
Founded in 1996, CAMMS has tens of thousands of users across five continents, with offices in the UK, North America, Australia, New Zealand and Asia. For more information, visit www.cammsgroup.com
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