Aloft is a major partner of CGE Risk Management Solutions. We resell and support all software tools developed and owned by CGE Risk Management. Aloft can design Risk Management solutions for your operation that will be scaled to size from a single license to fully integrated with the BowTieXP server and offer support on all levels of operations, from small to large organizations, throughout the entire process.
BowTieServer aims to solve some of the more difficult problems in risk management, such as the relevant aggregation of risks, tracking barrier performance over time and getting reports off the shelf and into the organization. It provides a cloud based enterprise solution which complements the rich and well-established functionality of the existing desktop products BowTieXP, IncidentXP and AuditXP.
RskCtrl is a tailored support package designed for initial implementation of bowtie software. RskCtrl provides 12 hrs of consulting support with the purchase of BTXP software with a support plan. RskCtrl is a tailored support package designed for initial implementation of bowtie software.
Aloft is a young company, with a solid vision and sharp strategic focus, where experience meets enthusiasm. It is a problem solver organization with fresh ideas, the type of company I wish my students will work for in the future.
The Aloft Group, based in the U.S., is one of our larger and most active partners who are rapidly expanding within the Americas. With a genesis is aviation, their broad expertise and a relentless focus on customer service has resulted in a successful expansion into industries like rail, government service, energy and pharmaceuticals. Aloft successfully builds collaborative teams of risk experts, designs risk management systems leveraging BowTie methodology and CGE software, and continues to expand organizations risk management techniques with a continuous eye on the clients return on investments. What we value in our partners is the willingness to continue learning and share knowledge. Aloft was the founding organization for a collaborative effort called CARM - "Common Aviation Risk Models." CARM has lifted the aviation industry into new perspectives on common risks and has generated active engagement from participants around the globe.