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CAMMS ties up with John Keells Holdings

January, 30, 2017

GLOBAL software company CAMMS, has just signed Sri Lanka’s largest listed conglomerate as a new client.
John Keells Holdings (JKH), which has interests in a variety of industries including transportation, real estate, retail, and banking, has purchased CAMMS’ risk, audit and incident management software systems.

With these systems in place, CAMMS will help JKH to improve its visibility to risk exposure across 40 of its key companies.

JKH President of Legal, HR, Sustainability, ERM and Group Initiatives, Dilani Alagaratnam, said CAMMS would help the company improve efficiencies.

“JKH engaged CAMMS to provide a software solution for its Enterprise Risk, Audit and Incident Management processes, primarily because we wanted a system that offers real-time and online visibility of our risk and audit framework across the companies within the Group,” she said.

“CAMMS’ solution gives us a platform to manage our risk, audit and incident management processes in a live environment, given the importance of these elements in achieving the goals and objectives of the Group.”

A leading provider of Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) and Business Intelligence (BI) software, CAMMS also counts as a client Sri Lanka’s largest life insurance provider, Ceylinco Life.

The power of CAMMS’ systems is that they can be fully integrated, yet are simple to use.

The software, which helps organisations manage risk, projects, strategy, budget, people and meetings, received two awards at the National Best Quality ICT Awards (NBQSA) last October – a Gold award in the Healthcare category, and a Silver award across all categories.

CAMMS was also recently recognised by global IT research firm Gartner, who named it a Cool Vendor in Operational Risk Management 2015.

General Manager for CAMMS Asia, Sanharsha Jayatissa, said he was proud to see the company growing so quickly in Asia.

“The fact we have signed such an important client as John Keells Holdings shows how powerful CAMMS’ software is,” Mr Jayatissa said.

“Our suite of products is world class and offers a very flexible approach that’s effective across a range of industries.”

CAMMS was founded in Australia in 1996, and now has more than eight offices and 150 employees across Australia, the UK, North America, New Zealand and Asia.

Its office in Colombo was established seven years ago, and the company launched its products into the Sri Lankan market late last year.

Some of CAMMS’ clients across the globe include UK-based NGO, the Mines Advisory Group, Royal Melbourne Hospital and Adelaide Airport in Australia.

For more information, visit www.cammsgroup.com

Photo Caption - Left to Right: Shane Herath (Senior Manager Business Development, Asia - CAMMS), Sanharsha Jayatissa (General Manager, Asia - CAMMS), Isuru Gunasekera (Head of Sustainability, Enterprise Risk Management & Group Initiatives - JKH), Ronnie Peiris (Group Finance Director - JKH), Dilani Alagaratnam (President, Legal, HR, Sustainability, Enterprise Risk Management & Group Initiatives- JKH), and Joe Collins (Managing Director - CAMMS)