LogicManager Introduces Test Drive Program for Risk Management Software

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Test drive includes LogicManager ERM Implementation Guide and ERM Training

LogicManager, a leading provider of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) mentoring services and software, announced today at the RIMS 2010 Annual Conference & Exhibition the market launch of a Test Drive Program for the company’s risk management software. The Test Drive Program, which includes Logic Manager’s ERM Implementation Guide, allows risk management professionals the opportunity to witness firsthand the power and elegance of Logic Manager’s LogicERM software without the requirement of a long term contract.

LogicManager’s LogicERM software, which enables enterprise-wide mitigation of risks, maintenance of compliance, and achievement of corporate objectives, is being demonstrated this week at the RIMS 2010 Annual Conference & Exhibition in Boston (booth # 2242). Details of the program are explained within an 8 minute educational video on the LogicManager website: http://www.LogicManager.com/ERM

“Bridging the gap between strategic imperatives for risk management and business results is one of the greatest challenges for most organizations,” according to Steven Minsky, CEO of LogicManager, Inc. “Our customers told us that prior to learning about LogicManager, their organizations had been caught between two unacceptable alternatives: training that was not sustainable, or software that required a large upfront payment without the opportunity for hands-on experience to prove its worth. Our Test Drive Program solves that dilemma by allowing risk managers to see how, in 90 days or less, they can demonstrate to their management a practical solution to transform their organization’s risk mitigation practices.”

“LogicERM is real ERM software and not a myopic tactical Band-Aid solution,” said Assumpta Rapoza, Director of Enterprise Risk Management, Hawaii Medical Service Association, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Hawai, after participating in the Test Drive program. “It is simple to use, yet powerful in supporting ERM users at various maturity levels. It provides a great library and wizard to help start your ERM program. It is powerful and flexible in order to grow with you. I am excited to continue to build our ERM capabilities with LogicERM for years to come.”

LogicManager’s Test Drive Program offers expert ERM training using the company’s ERM Implementation Guide that provides step-by-step guidance on applying best practice techniques to the specific challenges a risk manager faces in their company. The Test Drive Program provides LogicERM™, a full software-as-a-service ERM infrastructure, allowing risk managers to experience a comprehensive ERM framework specific to their industry and risk culture, while using their own company data.

Cost and Availability
Logic Managers LogicERM Test Drive Program is available immediately, and has a simple, pay-as-you-go monthly fee of $250 per user. There are no additional fees and no contracts that lock users into long-term commitments. The program includes expert training, a practical “paint-by-numbers” implementation guide, and a service to import customer data into the tool.

For more information on LogicManager’s Test Drive Program, visit http://www.LogicManager.com/ERM, call 1-617-649-1325, or visit LogicManager in booth #2242 at the RIMS 2010 Annual Conference & Exhibition.

About LogicManager, Inc.
LogicManager bridges the gap between strategic imperatives and business results to manage tomorrow’s surprises today. LogicManager developed the RIMS Risk Maturity Model for Enterprise Risk Management™ requirements in collaboration with the Risk and Insurance Management Society. LogicManager is the developer of the RIMS Risk Maturity Model and provides configurable ERM software solutions and training services to accelerate risk management effectiveness. LogicERM™ makes it simple and practical for managers across the enterprise to use SMART monitoring to identify forward looking trends and align operational activities to mitigate risks, maintain compliance and achieve balanced scorecard objectives.

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