Posted: June 25th, 2024 8:08am +00:00

The Guinness Partnership implements JCAD’s CORE RISK solution

The Guinness Partnership implements JCAD’s CORE RISK solution to maintain its already well embedded risk management processes

Guinness Partnership, founded in 1890, provides homes and services to over 140,000 people across the country. Its main aim is to improve people’s lives and create possibilities for them. As one of the largest housing associations, The Guinness Partnership recognises the importance of robust risk management so that it can continue to fulfil its vision.

JCAD CORE allows for all risks to be stored centrally and with an unlimited number of view only licenses, the whole business can have visibility of risks facing the organisation. The software allows for reminders to be set up which will eradicate the manual process of reminding people to complete tasks. The Guinness Partnership is also taking advantage of our API to utilise its Power BI tool to benefit from dynamic reporting.  The Guinness Partnership hosted JCAD’s risk workshop in May for businesses interested in learning more about the JCAD system.

“JCAD is thrilled to have The Guinness Partnership utilise JCAD CORE for its risk management. We now have over a dozen housing associations utilising the system successfully and we are pleased to be assisting these organisations fulfil their missions,” Phil Walden, Sales and Marketing Director.

“Working with JCAD to implement the system has been easy. Their consultants have been helpful throughout the implementation and the software is working as we anticipated,” Frances Herity, Director of Risk and Assurance.

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