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ERM

ERM

(1) (Enterprise Relationship Management) An umbrella term with many shades of meaning over the years. It may refer to the management of information from any or all of an organization's customers, suppliers, business partners and employees. See CRM, ERP, sales force automation and supply chain management.

(2) (Enterprise Report Management) The management of voluminous reports in a large organization. Part of enterprise content management (ECM), ERM deals with the distribution of reports on optical media and hard drives. ERM was a name change from "Computer Output to LaserDisc" (see COLD). See ECM.
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ERM provides a similar experience, giving you an enhanced ability to laser in on details that can be missed with a more traditional risk management approach.
But after 20 years, it's clear that ERM is here to stay.
In helping to implement ERM, the risk officer facilitates the conversations but does not actually manage the risks.
We've never offered our clients a piece of paper with a definition written on it and expected them to think they got their money's worth, and that is not how we approach ERM.
The Process Controller, a key component of the iWorks ERM Platform, is being utilized by Generali Deutschland to automate formerly manually managed processes on an event driven basis.
ERM is keen to form links with Welsh universities and colleges and employ graduates in Wales.
RPM begins where ERM leaves off, linking risk to company performance.
Altogether, the agreement will enable ERM to provide service to 82 government departments and agencies.
There are probably dozens of definitions of ERM, some much more jargon-filled than others, depending on whom you ask.
Systemwide failure to embrace the right ERM behaviors or attributes.
After attending "Taming the Tiger," I continued adding to my list of desired attributes for an ERM but put plans of creating an Access database on hold.