Palisade Risk Conferences 2017: Pharma/Biotech in Mass., plus Bogotá and London

Join us in a city near you for an intensive conference on best practices in risk and decision analysis! These events are free to attend and promise to be invaluable opportunities for broadening one’s knowledge of risk modeling, and networking with decision-making professionals in a range of industries. Benefits of Palisade Risk Conferences: Get more […]

Rusnano uses The DecisionTools Suite for Nanotechnology Investment Decisions

RUSNANO is a private equity firm focused on the development of the nanotechnology industry in Russia. Using government funds, it invests in nano projects that have significant economic or social potential, across a variety of industries. Having provided capital for a company, RUSNANO works with it for five to seven years to develop the business […]

Netconomy Plans for Business Growth with Palisade’s @RISK

As the world continues to become ever more digital, companies from all industries need to have a strong digital commerce strategy. However, launching a digital commerce platform can be a complex undertaking, especially for established companies which have built their businesses on more traditional, paper-based processes that are better suited for ‘brick and mortar’ transactions. […]

@RISK and DecisionTools Suite 7.5 Now Available

The latest version of our popular risk analysis tools, @RISK 7.5 and DecisionTools Suite 7.5 are now available!  Version 7.5 offers a range of improvements for any decision maker, from general use enhancements to new, specialized analytical features.  New and enhanced graphing options, faster performance, and sophisticated analytics make DecisionTools Suite 7.5 the only decision analysis toolset you’ll ever […]

Don’t Forget the Unknown-Unknowns: Palisade Client’s Article Tackles Uncertainty

Palisade customer Andrew Rudin, of Contrary Domino Partners, was recently featured in Customer Think, a global online community of business leaders covering customer experience and social business. Rudin’s piece comes in three parts: “Revenue Uncertainty – Part 1: Known Unknowns, Unknown Unknowns, and Everything in Between,”  discusses the multi-faceted aspect of risk. “Revenue Uncertainty – […]

Reviewing Risk for South Africa’s Rail, Port, and Pipeline Projects

Managing the delivery of all necessary goods within a country is not a simple task. It can require the careful coordination of ships, ports, railways, and pipelines to ensure that citizens, no matter where they are, get the goods and services they need. Expanding this system to accommodate more people and growth can be a […]

Non-Profits None too Confident When it Comes to Risk Management

A few days ago, we discussed how major for-profit corporations admitted they aren’t doing all they can to manage their business risks. Turns out, non-profits aren’t confident they’re doing much better. According to a June 2014 survey of 150 U.S. nonprofit foundations and endowments conducted by SEI’s Institutional Group, 44% of them are not confident that […]

Major Corporations Lack Risk Management Strategies

Even the largest and most successful businesses have something to learn when it comes to managing risk. “Companies are working harder to identify potential risks to their business, but many still fail to incorporate those risks into strategic plans or inform the board of directors,” writes Wall Street Journal senior editor Emily Chasan. In her article […]