Software firm Ideagen is to exhibit its governance, risk and compliance (GRC) software solutions to some of the UK’s leading rail infrastructure organisations at this week’s Infrarail Exhibition 2016.
The exhibition is arguably the leading event for rail infrastructure in the UK and takes place against a background of high levels of investment in Britain’s main line and urban rail infrastructure.
Ideagen’s team of delegates will showcase its flagship software products for the rail industry, Ideagen Coruson and Q-Pulse, at the event, which takes place from Tuesday, April 12th to Thursday, April 14th. Both products offer dynamic safety management investigation, monitoring and reporting capabilities designed to enhance safety and incident management across the UK rail industry.
Rob Clinton, Ideagen’s VP of Rail, said: “We are committed to supporting the rail industry and the safety standards that underpin its everyday operations to make the UK rail sector a safer place.
“Our team will be on-hand to demonstrate our GRC software solutions to event delegates – which deliver control and visibility to the emerging risks to their business in safety and incident management.
“We believe in establishing long-term relationships with our customers and have a proven track record gained from working with a number of the world’s largest transportation organisations.”
In March this year, Ideagen announced it had agreed a £4.9 million deal to replace the Rail Safety and Standards Board (RSSB) Safety Management Information System (SMIS). Built on Ideagen’s GRC cloud application, Coruson, the SMIS+ project will increase risk and safety reporting levels and improve overall safety on the UK’s rail network. Coruson will also replace the RSSB’s Close Call System (CCS) to record and manage low-severity events. You can find Ideagen’s team at the Infrarail Exhibition 2016 at London’s Excel Arena, stand F64.