The software provider, which is part of Det Norske Veritas (DNV), says that the move represents part of its overall effort to offer one complete web-based solution for managing operational, project and enterprise risk.
Synergi Life is a risk and QHSE (Quality, health, safety, environment) management application which DNV Software says can provide a real time snapshot of a company’s risk picture by managing non-conformances, incidents, risk analysis, audits, assessments, and improvement suggestions.
It covers workflow processes such as reporting, processing, analysing, corrective actions, communication, experience transfer, trending and KPI-monitoring.
“Our customers will be able to use the Synergi Life portfolio to manage all risk aspects of their business, from the detailed and technical risk identification and assessment to their overall business risk strategy,” says Are Føllesdal Tjønn, DNV Software managing director.
DNV Software says that live reporting of risk information and the ability to aggregate risk with immediate access to underlying causes are two benefits of using Synergi Life’s Risk Management module.
“One of the most important strengths of the extended risk management module in Synergi Life is that customers can build on their own best practices and processes that work well,” says DNV Software product manager Carl Erik Høy-Petersen.