The Techport Australia precinct is owned and operated by Defence SA, South Australia's lead government agency for all defence matters. Techport's common user shipbuilding facilities support the construction of the air warfare destroyers that are being built for the Royal Australian Navy, as well as commercial projects.
We spoke to Paul Bates, General Manager Infrastructure at the Techport Australia Common User Facility, about why they chose RiskWare to manage their risks.
Pauls says the main features of the RiskWare platform that stood out for him were:
- It offers a lot of different solutions not just for risk but for also WHS management and business continuity planning
- It has a matrix flow for risk management that aligns quite nicely to the requirements of ISO 31000
- You can assign tasks and see when they've been completed
Watch the video interview with Paul Bates from Techport below:
How RiskWare helped Techport manage their risk
RiskWare has enabled Techport to properly assess the risks associated with the work they undertake and put in place strategies to mitigate those risks. Using the enterprise risk management software, they have brought their risks down to the lowest possible level.
"The software has helped us on all of our projects, not just what we do for the air warfare destroyer, but a number of commercial projects as well." – Paul Bates
The RiskWare/PAN Software customer experience
RiskWare is set up to meet each customer's needs. As a modular-based system, it allows organisations to deploy one or more modules depending on requirements and budgets.
"The software itself is very easy to use. It follows a very logical sequence." – Paul Bates
The PAN Software team takes client service seriously. As such, we have never lost a client. We pride ourselves on consistently delivering successful solutions to diverse industries that meet and exceed customer expectations.
"The support overall has been great." – Paul Bates
PAN Software's RiskWare platform is trusted by local, national and international organisations in the private and public sector to manage their risks. Why not sign up for a free trial and test it out for yourself?