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Enterprise Risk Management

Enterprise Risk Management

IPI Solutions leverage on RSA Archer Risk Management to enable organizations to deploy a systematic and methodical approach to identify, assess, decision, treat, and monitor risks to optimize the management of risk consistent with the organization’s risk appetite.

Risk Management provides an integrated, holistic view of risks facing the enterprise. It serves as an aggregation and visualization point for an organization’s risk management program, allowing you to bring risk information together from disparate, siloed risk repositories and identify, assess, decide, treat, and monitor risks from a single solution. This integrated approach enables you to analyze multiple risks across organizational silos and provide actionable insights to help optimize the performance within a dynamically changing business climate.

  • Risk identification – Catalog risks including description, high-level risk statements, responsible business units and individual stakeholders, risk type, risk drivers, direction of the risk, and risk volatility.
  • Risk assessment – Assess risks in multiple ways, offering various levels of complexity depending on the maturity of an organization’s risk management program and risk assessment strategy.
  • Risk decisions – Enable organizations to gain an understanding of the delegation of authority for risk consistent with the organization’s risk appetite by institutionalizing its risk management taxonomy, accountability for risk, and risk management processes.
  • Risk treatment – Allow organizations to appropriately address risks based on their appetite to avoid or reject, reduce exposure, or transfer risk.
  • Risk monitoring – Leverage a robust reporting engine that can report on any element of the enterprise risk management (ERM) framework and associated data in the form of an email alert, workflow alert, online report, and dashboard. Online reports and dashboards offer drill-down capabilities into underlying records to provide business context and root-cause analysis.
  • Business context – Gain a complete view of exposure across your organization by relating risks to objects such as controls, objectives, processes, facilities, and technologies to integrate risk management with key business processes.

Benefits of Risk Management include:

  • Savings – Transform isolated, manual processes into an integrated, automated GRC program, saving time and money.
  • Time to value – Implement out of the box or tailor through point-and-click configuration.