Download this exclusive Enablon white paper to better understand Operational Risk Management, its current issues and trends, and to gain insights into building a world-class ORM Program
The Oil & Gas industry is constantly changing. These changes affect other industries as well, including the Chemicals industry. Market volatility within these industries creates various challenges and risks, making a strong Operational Risk Management program to deal with uncertainty all the more important.
This white paper dives into exactly why Operational Risk Management (ORM) is important in the Oil & Gas and Chemicals sectors. Drawing insight from industry and ORM experts, including speakers at Enablon’s SPF Houston Regional Conference, it answers how companies can manage operational risk and enable a sustainable company.
What you will learn from this report:
- A better understanding of ORM
- Expert insight into the top ORM issues and trends shaping the Oil & Gas and Chemicals sectors
- Actionable best practices for leveraging technology and mobility to address ORM challenges
This report is intended for the following audience:
- Industries: Oil & Gas, Chemicals, Energy & Utilities, Mining & Metals, Manufacturing, Transportation
- Roles: Manager, VP and Director Level in Risk, EHS and IT functions
- Levels of expertise: both ORM beginners and pros
Green Quadrant Operational Risk Management Software 2019
This report provides a detailed comparison of the 17 most prominent ORM software vendors. It is based on the proprietary Verdantix Green Quadrant methodology, including interviews with software users from high-risk industries and a survey of 211 operations decision-makers.Verdantix
The State of the Operational Risk Management Software Market
Watch our webinar featuring David Metcalfe, Verdantix CEO & Co-Founder, and learn more about the findings from the Green Quadrant Operational Risk Management Software 2019 report. The research provides insights into the strategies driving the ORM software market, compares the 17 most prominent ORM software vendors, and is supported by interviews with software users from high-risk industries and a survey of 211 operations decision-makers.Verdantix & Enablon