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TMCNet:  Active Risk Launches ARM 6, a Game-Changing New Release which makes Enterprise Risk Management Simple, Valuable and Personal

[November 28, 2012]

Active Risk Launches ARM 6, a Game-Changing New Release which makes Enterprise Risk Management Simple, Valuable and Personal

MAIDENHEAD, England, Nov. 28, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Active Risk today announced the global availability of ARM 6, the latest release of its award winning Active Risk Manager (ARM) software. ARM 6 is a game-changing release that makes it simple to engage more employees in the risk management process, visualize connections between risks, and graphically report risks more effectively.

(Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20121128/PH20231-INFO ) (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20120813/PH56355LOGO ) Loren Padelford, Executive Vice President and General Manager at Active Risk said, "Risk Management is often portrayed as complex. After listening to feedback from hundreds of customers, we've developed ARM 6 to make risk management simple, valuable and personal. ARM 6 delivers effective Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) capabilities that will transform organizations, helping them to focus on the risks that really impact business strategy and performance." New in ARM 6: ARM Core - enhanced globalization features, including multi-currency and multi-language enablement, and deeper project management integration ARM Risk Connectivity - the unique ability to identify hidden 'catalyst risks' which can have major cross-functional impacts ARM Risk Performance Manager (RPM) - the fastest way to create personalized, graphically-rich reports and dashboards, without the need for IT resources ARM Apps - easy-to-use Apps for risk and incident management designed specifically for front-line employees ARM Unplugged - a simple, offline risk application with synchronization to ARM's corporate risk register eliminating disconnected spreadsheets Padelford said, "ARM 6 provides a simple way to involve more employees in the risk process and makes it personal to the role they play. It turns risk-related data into a valuable corporate resource to drive strategy and performance. ARM 6 is the first and only ERM solution that helps organizations visualize the interdependency of risks. You can pinpoint catalyst risks and take action to protect your project, reputation and shareholder value." ARM 6 addresses risk management needs at all levels of the business, from individual projects, programs and up to the enterprise level.

For more information or to sign up for a demo on ARM 6 visit www.activerisk.com/solutions/.

About Active Risk Active Risk makes Risk Management simple, valuable and personal by providing the world's first Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) software that drives business performance by enhancing visibility, accountability and confidence. With Active Risk you have a truly comprehensive view of your organization's risk and opportunities, enabling you to make better-informed decisions and leverage risk to create a competitive advantage.

Active Risk is the Enterprise Risk Management software provider of choice for the world's leading companies in aerospace and defense, engineering and construction, energy and mining, government, and other industries. Customers include London Underground, Crossrail, Lockheed Martin, EADS, US Department of Homeland Security, UK MOD, Saudi Aramco, Rio Tinto, Bechtel and Skanska.

Active Risk has offices in the UK, USA and Australia, servicing customers worldwide directly and through a growing network of partners. Active Risk is listed on the FTSE AIM Index. For further information and a detailed view of Active Risk's products and services visit www.activerisk.com or call +44 (0)1628 582500 (EMEA/Asia Pacific), +1 703 673 9580 (Americas) or +61 2 9037 0150 (Australia).

North America Contact: EMEA/APAC Contact: Rachel Colello, Zer0 to 5ive Mary Phillips/Andreina West, PR Artistry +1 773-697-7481 +44 (0)1491 639500 rachel@0to5.com mary@pra-ltd.co.uk SOURCE Active Risk

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