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Riskonnect, Inc.

Integrated Risk Management Solutions

Riskonnect, Inc.

Riskonnect is an innovator and the only global provider of enterprise-wide risk management technology solutions. Built on the world’s leading cloud platform, Riskonnect breaks down silos and unites the entire organization by providing a holistic view of risk management.

Through Riskonnect RMIS, Riskonnect GRC, Riskonnect Healthcare, and Riskonnect Safety, the company provides specific and configurable solutions needed to reduce losses, control risk, and increase shareholder value. Riskonnect solutions are all connected, allowing users to easily navigate within the system to review, analyze, and report on data from web-based interfaces that provide a single point of access for global organizations.

Riskonnect’s growing suite of risk management applications are built on a lightning fast, secure, and reliable platform 



  • Riskonnect Healthcare Brochure
  • White Paper: Healthcare Risk Management Across the Enterprise

    Healthcare riskmanagers increasingly rely on technology to help them keep up with the vast amount of data being generated by their users so they can continue to identify and address the unique risks faced by healthcare organizations. More »

    White Paper: Healthcare Risk Management...
  • White Paper: Managing the Right Risks at the Right Time

    Risk aggregation is all about ensuring that anyone looking at risks understands the relative importance of each risk and is confident that the appropriate risks have bubbled up to the surface. This is even more relevant with the U.K. Insurance Act of 2015, which has application to any insurance placed in the U.K., including at Lloyds. When assessing risks, there is essentially an opinion provided as to the expected impact and likelihood. In other words, there is no real certainty as to the timing or magnitude of a risk event. Of course, if there were certainty, there would be no risk and insurance would be impossible as there would be no tran... More »

    White Paper: Managing the Right Risks at...
  • White Paper: Don't Dread Reneral Time

    Your time is extremely valuable, and you need accurate data and the con dence that your properties are properly insured. You understand that you need accurate data and precious time to analyze variances and trends in order to develop a property renewal strategy. So... how do you get that precious time and accurate data? More »

    White Paper: Don't Dread Reneral Time
  • White Paper: It Is Time For Healthcare Organization To Get Serious

    We are all aware that it is crucial to protect our nancial information from potential hacking, but a new threat is looming - hackers are targeting our health information. More »

    White Paper: It Is Time For Healthcare O...
  • White Paper: Top 10 Things to Consider when Running Loss Triangles

    Running loss triangles is like a health check for your organization’s losses, where you can spot trends in your claim costs. But it’s easy to put o the reporting because loss triangles have a reputation for being complicated or frustrating. So, while loss triangles may appear to be complicated, with the right plan and the right tools, they don’t have to be. Today’s risk management information system (RMIS) technology solutions automate in seconds what used to take hours or days. More »

    White Paper: Top 10 Things to Consider w...
  • White Paper: Risk Management Triangles

    The first section of this paper will give a brief overview or “Triangles 101”. For the novice, and even those who have been in the industry for years, this explanation may be beneficial as you discuss triangle reports with others beyond the risk management department, including accountants, internal and external auditors, and especially your actuary. For those involved in risk management, the second section of this paper discusses tailoring loss triangles to meet more advanced requirements More »

    White Paper: Risk Management Triangles
  • White Paper: The ROI of RMIS

    A Risk Management Information System (RMIS) is an essential component of the overall work platform for risk management functions within both mid-size and large organizations. Risk managers who are most adept at using the RMIS, along with a comprehensive work platform, not only achieve process ef ciencies, but also are able to lower their Total Cost of Risk (TCOR) and provide better reporting to senior management. The most successful RMIS users leverage this technology to produce greater visibility into the impact of risk management throughout their organizations, thereby highlighting its strategic significance and enhancing the infuence of th... More »

    White Paper: The ROI of RMIS
  • Case Study: Avery Dennison Property Values-2013

    Challenge: With over 300 locations in 57 countries, Avery Dennison Corporation has more than 120 finance contacts from whom they must collect property values and exposure data on an annual basis. Of those 300 locations, 62% are specifically manufacturing, distribution, and warehousing locations. If a loss occurs at any of these, the ramifications are significant. In addition, these locations comprise 92% of Avery Dennison’s total insured value (TIV) with a TIV of over six billion dollars. With so many points of contact, and with so many locations in different countries using different systems, collecting consistently accurate data on wh... More »

    Case Study: Avery Dennison Property Valu...
  • Case Study: Chatter-2013

    Challenge: The Risk Management group needed a better way of communicating and referencing project discussions, as many were happening via email or in person and were, therefore, not easily recorded or referenced. More »

    Case Study: Chatter-2013
  • Case Study: Claims Automation 2014

    Challenge: Southwest Airlines has more than 45,000 employees, and over 100 million customers. They fly to 97 destinations in 41 states, Commonwealth of District of Columbia, Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and 6 near-international countries. Supervisors would complete paper incident forms, submit them in interoffice mail, risk staff would hand-key the data into their legacy system, and file the forms in paper files. Not only was the process inefficient, but they faced the risk of data entry errors and misplaced paper files. Southwest Airlines wanted to unite their business units, such as Fleet Management, Legal Counsel, Procurement, Safety, Atte... More »

    Case Study: Claims Automation 2014
  • Case Study: Content-2013

    Challenge: The Risk Management Department needed a better way to store and share data, in a way that was both secure and easily accessible from anywhere. More »

    Case Study: Content-2013
  • Case Study-LegalModule

    Challenge: The Client needed a reliable, configurable system to accommodate their specific industry and business needs for product liability matters and MMSEA reporting. More »

    Case Study-LegalModule
  • Case Study: Renewals Managment- 2013

    Challenge: The Risk Management Department found its current insurance placement and renewal process entirely manual and time-consuming. The renewal questionnaire process was both unfriendly to users and unsuccessful, with low rates of completion. More »

    Case Study: Renewals Managment- 2013
  • Case Study: Ruby Tuesday Intake Portal- 2014

    Challenge: Ruby Tuesday manages approximately 20,000 customer and employee feedback forms on an annual basis; as a result of the highly manual process, the Guest Services Team regularly works overtime and the Manager has difficulty taking vacation. The Risk Department required a RMIS solution that would easily integrate with other business units in the organization in order to more fully realize their organizational risk strategy. More »

    Case Study: Ruby Tuesday Intake Portal-...
  • Case Study: State of Utah-2014

    Challenge: The State of Utah Risk Fund managed by the State of Utah Division of Risk Management (DRM) insures State government agencies, school districts, institutions of higher education, and charter schools. The Fund insures: Over $28 billion worth of property Over 7,000 buildings Over 13,000 vehicles Liability coverage for over 120,000 employees More »

    Case Study: State of Utah-2014
  • Case Study: Automation & Captive Managment-2014

    Challenge: Initiating Captive Insurance, decentralized management and poor data quality, extremely complicated reinsurance schedule, and an organization that spans 103 countries with over 108,000 employees. More »

    Case Study: Automation & Captive Man...
  • Case Study: Document Management-2014

    Challenge: Cobb County's office was crowded with file cabinets, and their off-site storage was full and expensive to maintain. Staff struggled with locating paper files and staying on top of filing activities. Misplaces/lost files created significant problems for the risk department. More »

    Case Study: Document Management-2014
  • Cast Study: Ease of Use for Global System-2013

    Challenge: The Risk Management Department needed a comprehensive system for capturing insurable property values that would work for operations users all over the world and one that would record values in local currency. Further, the system needed to capture capacity in either square feet or square meters, while producing reports for executive management in a single currency and single unit of measure. The system also was required to be accessible and easy enough to operate so that all levels of the business could use it, from warehouse managers to CFOs. More »

    Cast Study: Ease of Use for Global Syste...
  • Case Study: GRC Heat Map-2013

    Challenge: The Risk Management Department needed to spend less time gathering and entering data, and more time analyzing data. They needed to incorporate easy to understand graphics and a simple interface to facilitate organizational compliance. As a global institution, they needed to access real time data regardless of user location. They needed to engage and activate all levels of risk management at the risk owner level, while still being able to report up to the governing committee. More »

    Case Study: GRC Heat Map-2013
  • Case Study: Managing Certificates of Insurance-2014

    Challenge: With over $5 billion in facilities, the Client faced a tremendous challenge in keeping up with compliance and managing their property values, contacts and COIs. The Client operates over 100 locations representing more than 10 million square feet, with multiple tenants and leases for each property. Amassing all the data required to responsibly and efficiently manage risk for these properties was difficult, and the inhouse process of using spreadsheets was unreliable and cumbersome to track. More »

    Case Study: Managing Certificates of Ins...
  • Case Study: Return To Work-2014

    Challenge: The Risk Management Department needed to spend less time gathering and entering data, and they needed to automate tasks to improve the overall program’s efficacy in getting employees back to work. The Client’s Return To Work (RTW) program was not automated -- they weren’t able to keep track of forms and had no idea of where they were in the process. Significant issues centered around poor communication between employer and doctor and resulted in a general lack of understanding about return to work restrictions. In addition, they needed a way to measure how effective their program was at getting employees back to w... More »

    Case Study: Return To Work-2014
  • Case Study: Self Admin Claims-2014

    Challenge: he Client has over 500 locations, over 157,000 students, and almost 20,000 employees. Their existing legacy system didn’t meet their needs. The Client reported, “Our existing system (prior to Riskonnect) was clunky and difficult to use. It wasn’t intuitive, the reporting features were overly complicated - you almost needed to be a programmer to run a report!” The Client self-administers their claims, and their process was heavily manual with limited ability to initiate time saving automation. As a result, adjusters were only meeting their procedural requirement of completing the required Plan of Action (POA)... More »

    Case Study: Self Admin Claims-2014
  • Case Study: ConAgra Foods

    Challenge: With more than 33,000 employees, 100 manufacturing plants and many suppliers in their supply chain, ConAgra Foods risk managers struggled to keep track of the probable risks that could affect their properties’ processes, and ultimately the bottom line, and they didn’t have a clear picture of the risk relationships between the plants and their suppliers. They also did not have business continuity processes in place should a disaster strike one of their plants causing a work stoppage. More »

    Case Study: ConAgra Foods
  • Case Study: Excellus

    Challenge: Excellus is in a type of business that demands both quantitative and qualitative risk and is heavily regulated. ORSA (Own Risk and Solvency Assessment) requires that Excellus combines these two methods of risk assessments, which Excellus knew could not be done effectively or efficiently with a spreadsheet­based process. ORSA is a set of processes constituting a tool for decision­making and strategic analysis. It aims to assess, in a continuous and prospective way, the overall solvency needs related to the specific risk profile of the insurance company. According to the Society of Actuaries in the January 2014 Health Watch,... More »

    Case Study: Excellus
  • Dramatically Reducing Workers' Compensation Costs by Applying Technology to the Return-to-Work Process

    Beginning in 1911 and continuing until 1948, one U.S. state after another enacted workers’ compensation legislation in order to protect its residents from the economic ravages of workplace injuries. The end result was a reasonably simple no-fault insurance program designed to eliminate conflict over assigning responsibility for workplace accidents and illnesses. For many years this program was considered a social success and served its purposes well. That is until the passage of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and it’s dramatic expansion, the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990. Under these two federal acts and increasing stat... More »

    Dramatically Reducing Workers' Compensat...


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    1701 Barrett Lakes Blvd. Suite 500
    Kennesaw, Georgia 30144
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    Kennesaw, Georgia