Configuring Relatics for Risk Management allows you to set up a central risk library using Relatics to manage the control measurements that need to be performed to reduce risks when they occur, and to relate them to requirements on specific projects.
Benefits for Risk Management
Assign scores and relate them to other relevant project information to enhance control of your project.
By quantifying risks on individual projects, these can be visualized by means of graphs, pivot tables and more. By doing so, you can stay on top of your project risks by creating a central dashboard with the top risks of all projects just a mouse click away.
This provides you with live management information on all of your projects in a single overview.
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