5 Ways You Can Beat the Competition with Risk Assessment Software

July 31, 2017
Risk

Competition as a risk and security consultant is heating up fast, and savvy consultants are looking for new ways to stand out from everyone else. Risk assessment software tools can help you beat the competition to win more clients and provide more stand-out value in less time.  

Most assessment software gives you checklists and pre-built templates, and that’s about it. But Circadian Risk’s assessment app takes every aspect of your investigation and reporting to a new level. Risk and security consultants who use Circadian Risk’s vulnerability assessment software provide exhaustive findings, detailed corrective actions, and custom service that no one else in the industry can match—and in less time.

Here are five ways Circadian Risk’s assessment software tool gives you a huge edge over the competition.

1) Capture Every Risk and Vulnerability

With Circadian Risk’s assessment software tool, you can easily capture every instance of risk or vulnerability at a client’s premises. Instead of a high-level summary of your observations, you can pinpoint every latch, every sprinkler head, and every window frame that’s out of compliance. Use a floor plan, geolocation, or photos to precisely place the location of each problem.

Your clients can have the most secure and most compliant facilities in their industry, thanks to your detailed assessments. And you’ll be able to do it in less time than ever.

2) Create Reports in Record Time

Your reports take the vast majority of your time on a project, and it’s onerous work. Worst of all, some of your customers try to negotiate out of paying for your time on that task. But what if you could reduce that time by 80%—and create better, more detailed reports?

The Circadian Risk app generates automatic reports from the data you capture during your inspection. There’s virtually no writing to do, and you can cut your report time by several hours.

3) Provide Interactive Visual Data

With Circadian Risk’s software, your reports are interactive—so your customers can filter your findings by type, priority, or location. The dashboard provides data visualizations that track compliance, risk, resolution progress, and other data trends.

Your customers can drill down to view specific details, photos, and recommended corrective actions. Everything they need is available in the reports you provide.

4) Include Detailed Corrective Actions

Corrective actions are one of the things your customers want most but almost no security consultant provides. Now you can lead the industry with a detailed, easy-to-use corrective action plan.

Circadian Risk makes it easy to provide recommendations to your clients so they can understand what to do next. Allow them to create a budget, set due dates, and even assign tasks to other users. This feature can even help you to upsell your own services.

5) Multiple Templates

Although you specialize in a sector, you probably have customers in other industries outside your area of expertise. Circadian Risk’s assessment app includes ready-to-go templates for any sector, so you can provide the highest quality assessment to any customer. Have a template you prefer? No problem—you can import your own templates and use them seamlessly with the assessment tool.

Less Time Doing Sales

Circadian Risk’s vulnerability and risk assessment tool lets you deliver in-depth assessments and recommendations that no one else in the industry is providing. Consultants who use our app can expect to retain more clients and upsell their services more easily, while worrying less about the competition.

Spend less time on sales and more time earning money. Check out Circadian Risk’s software for yourself—request a demo today!

Daniel R. Young, MBA, MS

Daniel Young is the Founder and CEO at Circadian Risk Inc. He was a Regional Bioterrorism Coordinator, Security Account Manager, and has been a security and risk expert for over 10 years.  

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