The 2010 Palisade Risk Conference series continues – This week in Sydney!

The 2010 Palisade Risk Conference is being held this Wednesday and Thursday, October 20-21, at The Radisson Plaza Hotel Sydney. This event is an excellent opportunity to network with other professionals and find out how they’re using Palisade solutions to make better decisions. Our keynote speaker, Dr Frank Ashe of Q Group Australia and Macquarie University Applied Finance Centre, will deliver his presentation of "Risk Management and Organisational Culture."  On Thursday, Andrew Kight of Aon Global Risk Consulting will deliver the plenary session, "Applications of @RISK in Risk Financing Strategy."

Other case studies will demonstrate how Palisade customers use the world’s leading risk and decision analysis software. Kimball Fink-Jensen of Kaizen Institute will present “How @RISK Adds Value to Lean Business Models and Six Sigma”; Evan Hughes of Sunbury Electrification Project presents “Construction Risk Management in LOR”; and David Thompson presents “Decision Making in the Face of Uncertainty”. In addition, we have case studies from Marsh Risk Consulting, University of New South Wales, TBH Capital Advisers, Value Adviser Associates, and WEL Networks Ltd.

Sam McLafferty, CEO of Palisade Corporation, will provide a bit of background on Palisade’s history and describe what sets Palisade apart in the market. He will give an overview of @RISK and the DecisionTools Suite and then describe the latest enhancements and additions to these products before providing a glimpse into what’s coming next from the company.

Join us to find out why Palisade stands at the forefront of risk and decision software analytics!

» 2010 Palisade Risk Conference in Sydney

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