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CAMMS joins John Keells Holdings

Global software company CAMMS, has signed the largest conglomerate in Sri Lanka listed as a new customer.
John Keells Holdings (JKH), which has interests in a variety of industries, including transportation, real estate, retail and banking, has purchased systems risk management software, audit and impact Of CAMMS.

With these systems, CAMMS JKH help improve their exposure exposure to risk in 40 of its leading companies.

Dilani Alagaratnam, President of Legal, HR, Sustainable Development, ERM and Initiatives Group, said CAMMS help the company improve efficiency.

"JKH hired CAMMS to provide a software solution for their business risk, audit and incident management processes, primarily because we wanted a system that would offer real-time online visibility and our audit framework and Risks between companies within the group ".

"The CAMMS solution gives us a platform to manage our risk, audit and incident management process in a real environment, given the importance of these elements in achieving the Group's goals and objectives."

As a leading provider of performance management (EPM) and business intelligence (BI) software, CAMMS also counts as a leading life insurance provider in Sri Lanka, Ceylinco Life.

The CAMMS power systems is that can be fully integrated but are easy to use.

The software, which helps organizations manage risks, projects, strategy, budgets, people and meetings, received two awards at the National Awards for Best Quality Technology (NBQSA) last October - a medal Gold in the health care category and a Silver award in all categories.

CAMMS was also recently recognized by the global research firm Gartner, which named a Cool Vendor 2015 Operational Risk Management.

CAMMS Managing Director Asia, Sanharsha Jayatissa, said he was proud to see the rapidly growing business in Asia.

"The fact that we signed such an important client that John Keells Holdings shows the power of software CAMMS" Jayatissa said.

"Our product set is world class and offers a highly flexible approach that is effective in a wide range of industries."

CAMMS was founded in Australia in 1996 and now has more than 150 employees and eight offices in Australia, the United Kingdom, North America, New Zealand and Asia.

His office in Colombo was established seven years ago, and the company has launched its products in the Sri market late last year Sri.

Some clients from around the world CAMMS include the British Mines Advisory Group, the Royal Melbourne Hospital and the Adelaide Airport in Australia.

 
 

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