Firms Recognized for Collaboration on Implementation of Award-Winning Software
LONDON, 11 November 2016 – Origami Risk, the award-winning risk management Software as a Service (SaaS) and DHL, the world’s leading global delivery and logistics company, have been recognized by CIR (Continuity, Insurance & Risk) Magazine as winners of the publication’s 2016 Risk Management Award for “best implementation.”
Now into their 7th year, the Risk Management Awards recognise those individuals, organisations and teams that have significantly added to the understanding and practice of risk management. Judged by an independent panel of experts for exceptional performance, the awards provide an opportunity for organisations and individuals to showcase their best products, projects and people. …
Origami Risk, which builds software for risk management, moved into a new blue-hued perch in the Merchandise Mart earlier this year. Marla Shone, service team lead, and Phil Corbett, marketing director, showed Blue Sky around.
Some people don’t think business and kindness mix. Well, they haven’t met Aaron Shapiro. Aaron is as kind and good as they come – and he’s also an astute, talented, aggressive business leader. You can’t help but like Aaron. He’s just one of those people you feel an immediate friendship with. It has been my pleasure to know and work with Aaron for several years now, and I look forward to many more. I hope you enjoy this interview with Aaron Shapiro, Executive Vice President at Origami. Read More
Award Recognizes Outstanding Employers in the Insurance Industry
CHICAGO, October 6, 2016 – Origami Risk, the award-winning risk management Software as a Service (SaaS), today announced it has been named in the annual Best Places to Work in Insurance program, which recognizes employers for their outstanding performance in establishing workplaces where employees can thrive, enjoy their work and help their companies grow.
“We are honored to earn this recognition from Business Insurance, which reflects our commitment to excellence in meeting the needs of our clients and employees every day,” said Robert Petrie, CEO, Origami Risk. “What distinguishes Origami Risk most from other firms in our industry is our ability to deliver superior client service, fueled by a steady stream of innovation and thought leadership. This requires having the industry’s best people and providing them with the tools, resources, incentives and collaborative and supportive work environment to perform consistently at the highest levels.” …
In their new Merchandise Mart space, visitors are greeted by a dramatically lit logo with a flock of 3-D printed cranes in the reception. Angular forms and folded planes are woven throughout the space, subtly playing off origami folding patterns. Completely located in open office workstations, staff enjoy multiple options for collaboration, from private phone booths to casual meeting areas in the cafe, where people organically bump in to each other. But Origami’s new office does more than bring the company together into a fresh, new workplace — it re-establishes and markets Origami’s brand and culture. See the new office.