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Global Assessing Risk Management Technologies Market Research Report 2017-2021: Focus on Industry Analysis, Geographic Region, Deployment Mode & Consulting, Software And Services - Research and Markets

DUBLIN, Jan 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Technologies for Assessing Risk Management: Global Markets" report to their offering.

This report focuses on the global markets for risk management technologies. Enterprise risk has varied definitions and interpretations among organizations depending on their size, industry and risk maturity. The market for ERM technologies has transformed from a tactical focus to meet regulatory compliances to a more strategic approach on enterprise-wide risk management.

Consequently, modern ERM applications focus on addressing the dynamic and unique needs of organizations by offering a comprehensive suite of applications, including risk assessment, modeling, reporting and mitigation. This represents a radical change in the dynamics as the majority of ERM platform providers use to offer different components of risk management as individual products.

The term technologies in this report covers applications and services that automate the management, measurement, remediation and reporting of risks against specific objectives.

Important notes regarding assumptions, market estimates and coverage of risk tools/applications are listed below:

  • Market size includes the revenue earned/customer spend on risk management solutions, which are categorized below. Revenue values are in U.S. dollars, unadjusted for inflation.
  • Enterprise software solutions: Combining risk management content and data with risk management software to provide an integrated one-stop-shop for risk technology buyers. A combination of functionally rich risk applications with comprehensive data management, risk analytics, business intelligence and reporting technologies
  • Stand-alone tools: Function and domain specific tools such as banking (stress testing, credit portfolio analysis, capital estimation, credit collection and recovery), insurance (solvency regulation), healthcare (Medicaid audits), oil and gas (environment, health and safety or EHS), manufacturing (quality management).
  • Analytics and database management solutions linked with risk management tool for modeling and predictions.
  • GUI-based dashboard, reporting and presentation tools.
  • Market estimates also include user spending for support services, integration and consultation as they are used in conjunction with the software/tools.
  • Market estimates do not include hardware.
  • This market is based on the summation of ERM revenues earned by the ERM technology providers, and it excludes applications developed in-house and solely for exclusive use.

Key Topics Covered:

1: Introduction

2: Executive Summary

3: Overview

4: Risk Management Technology By Discipline

5: Risk Management By Technology Coverage

6: Global Market For Risk Management Technology By Industry

7: Global Market For Risk Management Technologies By Geographic Region

8: Global Market For Risk Management Technologies By Deployment Mode

9: Global Market For Risk Management Technologies By Product-Consulting, Software And Services

10: Industry Structure

11: Company Profiles

12: Appendix: Wins And Deals

Companies Mentioned

  • Accenture
  • Allgress
  • Binqa
  • Bwise
  • Check Point Software Technologies
  • Controlcase
  • Covalent Software Ltd.
  • Crisil
  • Cura Software
  • Deloitte
  • EMC
  • Enablon SA
  • Fireeye Inc.
  • IBM
  • Lockpath
  • Metricstream
  • Modulo
  • Oracle
  • Pricewaterhousecoopers
  • Protiviti
  • Riskonnect
  • Riskvision
  • Rsa Archer
  • RSAM
  • SAP SE
  • SAS
  • Servicenow
  • Sophos Plc
  • Symantec Corp.
  • Tata Consultancy Services
  • Texert Inc.
  • Thomson Reuters
  • Vanguard Software Corp.
  • Ventiv Technology Inc.
  • Wolters Kluwer

For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/svqn68/technologies_for

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