Origami Risk Ranks as Top System Overall, Leading Nearly All Categories
Origami Risk, the award-winning risk management software as a service (SaaS), has been recognized as the top stand-alone risk management information system in the 2016 Advisen RMIS Review, a global survey of risk managers and executives at businesses and governments using risk management information systems.
Origami Risk received the highest overall ranking in all six major categories – reports and dashboards, policy management, claims management, other functionality, technology, and vendor service. Furthermore, Origami ranked highest in 50 of the 59 total related subcategories, including such capabilities as total cost of risk (TCOR), disability management and multicurrency. …
Business Insurance magazine has recognized Origami Risk, a risk and insurance technology company, with a 2016 Innovation Award for its ability to help customers make more informed decisions about managing workers’ compensation claims with greater efficiency.
The annual award acknowledges leadership and innovation in products and services intended for professional risk managers. An independent panel of judges, comprising professional risk managers, selects winners based on their products’ and services’ originality, relevance, problem solving and ease of use.
“Many of our clients are charged with the difficult task of ensuring injured workers are receiving the best, most appropriate care, while also reigning in workers’ compensation costs,” said Bob Petrie, CEO of Origami Risk. “We’re determined to ensure our technology makes it easier for our customers to achieve both those goals.” …
Ironically, cargo theft is often “driven” by where trucks are parked. Recent reports from CargoNet, a division of Verisk Analytics, and the Transported Asset Protection Association Europe, found a positive correlation between cargo theft from trucks and roadside parking.
In the third quarter of 2015, cargo thefts from vehicles parked along the side of a road in the United States and Canada increased 144 percent when compared to the same period a year prior. That increase is in spite of an overall decrease in cargo thefts between the third quarters of 2014 and 2015. …