|By Marketwired .||
|June 2, 2014 05:00 AM EDT||
ROTTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS -- (Marketwired) -- 06/02/14 -- Origami Risk, a leading provider of risk management information systems (RMIS) and related services, today announced it has established operations in Europe. The firm's expansion across the continent will be led by Christina Gipon, who has been appointed director of European Operations.
Ms. Gipon, a 10-year insurance industry veteran with extensive experience in RMIS, will be based in Rotterdam. She will work extensively with Europe-based multinational businesses that are engaged in elevating their risk management practices and now require more robust capabilities in risk information technology.
"As we continue to expand our operations, we remain focused on meeting the needs of clients not only with the industry's leading RMIS technology solutions but also with top-notch professionals who can help clients assess risks and deliver exceptional service," said Bob Petrie, President, Origami Risk. "Christina brings the right combination of problem-solving skills and risk management experience along with a passion for superior service that is part of Origami's DNA. We're delighted to have her as a key member of our team, leading our growth throughout Europe."
"As businesses across Europe sharpen their focus on risk management, many recognize they need greater flexibility and better performance from their RMIS," said Ms. Gipon. "Origami Risk offers a RMIS solution that delivers on both counts and I'm sure it will be received enthusiastically by the risk management community here."
Prior to joining Origami, Ms. Gipon was with NARIS, a RMIS vendor in The Netherlands, where she managed the firm's insurance client portfolio and was responsible for product innovation and marketing. She has extensive experience in complex project management and has implemented RMIS solutions for numerous multinational and multilingual corporations. Ms. Gipon earned an undergraduate degree in Business Economics and a Master's degree in Marketing from the Erasmus University in Rotterdam. She can be reached at [email protected].
As it expands its operations into Europe, Origami Risk, the industry leader in risk technology, has already achieved impressive growth throughout the U.S. since its establishment in 2009. Named the #1 RMIS Provider by the 2013 RMIS Review, Origami Risk boasts the industry's most experienced team; its professionals average more than 15 years of experience in risk technology.
About Origami Risk, LLC
Origami Risk was founded by industry veterans committed to bringing new ideas and advanced features to the RMIS market. The company's innovative software is designed with the latest technology and a focus on performance and ease-of-use. It offers powerful workflow, reporting and analysis tools, and advanced features to improve productivity and manage the Total Cost of Risk. In 2013 Origami Risk was ranked the Number One RMIS Provider in the annual RMIS Review, and in 2011 it received the Business Insurance Innovation Award for leadership, inventiveness and ingenuity in Risk Management products and services. To learn more about Origami Risk, visit www.origamirisk.com or contact [email protected].
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