Camms is pleased to bring you the Quarterly Product Release Notification for Camms.Engage.

This quarter we've got a number of exciting new features and enhancements to improve your user experience within the system, which will be available in your Test environment on 11th September 2021 and will be available in your Live instance on 25th September 2021.


1. Introducing the Risk Profile Summary component

This enhancement will bring in a more advanced visualisation to the existing Risk Components which enables you to view a summary of Risk profiles of the immediate child levels of a hierarchy node within Camms.Engage.

You would be able see all Revised Risk Rating criteria summaries configured against each child level node within this component. This would be applicable for Active Risks only.

How do you configure this?

  • In the Dashboard Admin panel, a new risk component titled 'Risk Profile Summary' will be available.
    Figure 1.1: Risk Profile Summary Dashboard Component
  • When the Risk Profile Summary component is dragged and dropped into a particular hierarchy node, that will display a list of all the immediate child level nodes which are linked to that hierarchy node. An administrator user can tick the 'Visibility' checkbox of the child level nodes that need to be displayed in the front end of the Dashboard, via the Edit menu of the Risk Profile Summary component.
    Figure 1.2: Immediate child level hierarchy node visibility configuration
  • An administrator user can tick the 'Visibility' checkboxes in the configuration menu of the Risk Profile Summary component, in order to display the preferred field(s) in the front end of the Dashboard.
    Figure 1.3: Field visibility configuration

How does this work?

  • If the visibility checkbox is ticked, the selected ‘Linked Active Risks’ associated with the relevant hierarchy node will be displayed in the front end of the Dashboard.

Figure 1.4: Risk profile summary component front end view

  • These Risks are displayed based on the Revised Risk Rating criteria values.
  • If an administrator enables the visibility of all fields, the Risk Profile Summary Component will display the following information.
    • Hierarchy Node and No. of Risks
    • Effectiveness of Controls
    • Risk Action Performance
    • Risk Control Owner Ratings
    • Risk Rating Profile
    • Average Risk Rating
    • Highest Risk Rating

1.1 Hierarchy Node and No. of Risks

  • The column ‘Hierarchy Node’ will showcase the immediate child level hierarchy node name, wherein the ‘No. of Risks’ field would display the total number of active risks linked to each immediate child level hierarchy node.
    Figure 1.5: Risk profile summary component front end view

1.2 Effectiveness of Controls

  • ‘Effectiveness of Controls’ would capture all the EC Ratings configured within Camms.Risk and the distribution of the EC ratings will be depicted in a bar chart.
  • The Y-axis of the chart would show the EC ratings, and the X-axis of the chart would show the Risk Count. The values would be shown in light blue colour portions.
  • The number of bars depicted within the front end will be equal to the number of EC ratings configured via Camms.Risk.
    Figure 1.6: Effectiveness of controls section
  • If the EC Rating name length exceeds the maximum word length, you can simply hover-over the name, to view the full-length text.
    Figure 1.7: EC rating tooltip

1.3 Risk Action Performance

  • The ‘Performance’ section captures all the Risk Action Performances linked to the Risks of the selected hierarchy node.
  • The distribution of the Action Performance will be depicted in a legend view. The legend colours will be captured from Camms.Risk.
  • The legends are colour coded as per the relevant performance rating colour names assigned to each rating option via Camms.Risk.
    Figure 1.8: Risk action performances section

1.4 Risk Control Owner Ratings

  • Similarly, ‘Control Owner Rating’ section would capture all the Risk Control Owner Ratings linked to the Risks of the selected hierarchy node.
  • The distribution of the Control Owner Ratings will be depicted in a legend view. The legend colours will be captured from Camms.Risk.
  • The charts are colour coded as per the control owner rating name and relevant colour assigned to each rating via the IRM application.
    Figure 1.9: Control owner rating section

1.5 Risk Rating Profile

  • The ‘Rating Profile’ section showcases the Revised Risk Rating of the linked risks.
  • The distribution of the Rating Profiles will be depicted in a single row bar chart and the distribution of the Risk Rating portions will be based on the Risk Rating counts. Additionally, a legend will be shown below the Risk Profile rating component for a better user experience.
    Figure 1.10: Risk rating profile section
  • The chart will always show the Risk Ratings, starting from the highest to lowest in a descending order against the Revised Risk Assessment Rating.
    Figure 1.11: Rating profile order
  • The Risk Rating portion lengths of the chart will be adjusted based on the Risk count associated with each Risk Rating.
    Figure 1.12: Risk rating distribution

1.6 Average Risk Rating

  • The ‘Average Risk Rating’ section will showcase the average Risk Rating value based on the Risk Rating of all linked Risks of a particular hierarchy node, divided by the number of Risks. The Risk Rating score of each linked Risk will be captured from Camms.Risk.
    Average Risk Rating = Risk Rating of all linked risks / No. of Linked Risk (count)
    Figure 1.13: Average Risk Rating Section
  • The Risk Rating ranges and labels will be shown on a ruler, wherein the average Risk Rating value will be shown in a rectangular shaped slider.
  • The Risk Rating ruler values are adhered to the highest rating value from the Risk Rating ranges via Camms.Risk. The ruler values will be evenly distributed, based on the number of Risks ratings available.
    Figure 1.14: Risk rating ruler
  • You would be able to get a sneak peek of the actual ‘Average Risk Rating’ value simply by hovering over the slide ruler within the Risk Profile Summary component.
    Figure 1.15: Slide Ruler Tooltip of Average Risk Rating

1.7 Highest Risk Rating

  • The ‘Highest Risk Rating’ section will showcase the highest Risk Rating value from all risks captured against the hierarchy node. The Risk Rating score of each linked risk will be captured from Camms.Risk.
    Figure 1.16: Highest risk rating section
  • The Risk Rating ranges and labels will be shown on a ruler, wherein the highest Risk Rating value will be shown in a rectangular shaped slider.
  • The Risk Rating ruler values are adhered to the highest rating value from the Risk Rating ranges via Camms.Risk. The ruler values will be evenly distributed, based on the number of risk ratings available.
    Figure 1.17: Risk rating ruler
  • You would be able to get a sneak peek of the actual ‘Highest Risk Rating’ value simply by hovering over the slide ruler within the Risk Profile Summary Component.
    Figure 1.18: Slide ruler tooltip of highest risk rating

Notes: 

  • The Risk Profile Summary component is currently compatible with the Organisation and Custom Hierarchy types only.
  • The number of Risk Owner Ratings and Risk Action Performance counts shown for each hierarchy node will differ from each other, based on the number of control owner ratings and number of Risk Actions linked to each Risk.
  • If there are no linked Risks configured against a hierarchy node, the entire section would be hidden from the front end of the Dashboard.
  • If the Control Owner rating colours are not configured via Camms.Risk, then all rating colours will be illustrated in grey colour legends.
  • In addition to the above, the 'Risk Profile Summary Component' will be compatible with all refresh options, rollover option, and all other general features/functionalities of the Dashboard.



2. Enhanced Risk components to view the Top Risks within the dashboard

This enhancement will bring in a more advanced visualisation to the Risk List and Risk Node components which will enable you to view the Top Risks against Risk Ratings. You would be able see the top Risks based on the Revised Risk Rating within this component.

How do you configure this?

  • When the Risk List or Risk Node components are dragged and dropped into a particular hierarchy node, that will display a list of all the Risks which are linked to that hierarchy node.

  • An administrator can tick the 'Visibility' checkbox of the Risk List or Risk Node component in the Edit menu and select/enter a Top Risk value via the ‘Number of Top Risks to Display’ filter based on the number of Top Risks which need to be displayed in the front end of the Dashboard.

  • The linked risks on which the ‘Visibility’ has been enabled within the Edit menu of the Risk List and Risk Node components, will be automatically ordered based on the ‘Sort By’ filter selection.
    Figure 2.1: Risk List's Admin Panel Configurations
    Figure 2.2: Risk Node's Admin Panel Configurations

  • The ‘Sort By’ filter includes three options:
    • Risk Code
    • Risk Title
    • Risk Rating (descending order)
      Figure 2.3: Sort by Filter options
  • In the Edit menu of the Risk List and Node components, a new field titled ‘Risk Rating’ will be available, where the Risk Rating and its colour would be displayed for a better user experience.
    Figure 2.4: Newly added risk rating field within the admin panel
  • If a risk does not have a ‘Revised Risk Rating’, the ‘Initial Risk Rating’ is considered. A placement text ‘IR’ will be shown on top of the Risk Rating colour box as well.
    Figure 2.5: Showcasing the Inherent Risk Rating when Residual is not available
  • If the checkbox toggle filter is set to ‘Unticked’, the numeric input field to select the Tops Risks will be disabled. Thus, will bring in all the risks linked and made visible against the hierarchy node, where the component has been placed.
    Figure 2.6: Admin panel behaviour when the enable selection of top risks is disabled
  • An administrator will be able to configure any numeric positive value (not less than 1), within the ‘Number of Risks to Display’ numeric input field. You can define a maximum number of your choice, but it will only showcase the Tops Risks based on the number of Risks that are visible/selected.
    Figure 2.7: Admin panel behaviour when the enable selection of top risks is enabled
  • If there are ‘NO’ Risks linked to a particular hierarchy node, the note ‘There are NO linked Risks’ will be shown to the Administrator. Similarly, the ‘Number of Risks to Display’ and ‘Enable Selection of Top Risks’ filters would be disabled as well.
    Figure 2.8: Help text when there are no linked risks

How does this work?

  • Based on the Risks linked and made visible against the hierarchy node, if the ‘Enable Selection of the Top Risks’ checkbox is ticked, the selected number of Top Risks will be displayed into the front end of the Dashboard, subject to the ‘Sort By’ filtration.
    Figure 2.9: Top 5 risks sort by revised risk rating (high to low) in the risk list
    Figure 2.10: Top 5 risks sort by revised risk rating (high to low) in the risk node's tile view

Notes: 

  • If only 10 risks have been made visible via the Risk List of the Edit menu, and the ‘Number of Risks to Display’ selection has been set to 15, only the selected 10 risks will be fetched into the front end of the Dashboard.
  • If the mentioned value to showcase the number of Top Risks exceeds the number of selected/visible checked risks, a validation message would be shown.
  • If there are more than 1 risk with the same Revised Risk Rating score, but only 1 of it needs to be captured into the front end of the Dashboard, the Initial Risk Rating will be considered as the second sorting option, likewise the Risk Appetite Rating will be considered as the third sorting option, and the Risk Created Date as the last sorting order option (only if applicable).
  • The new ‘Number of Risks to Display’ and ‘Sort By’ filters will be compatible with all refresh options, dashboard copying functionality, tree navigation, and all other standard dashboard functionalities.


3. Enhanced visibility of the map within the Hierarchy Controller

This enhancement will give you greater flexibility on the placement of the geographic map within the hierarchy controller component. You will now be able see the hierarchy controller map right next to the performance summaries or beneath the hierarchy controller component as preferred.

How do you configure this?

  • When the hierarchy controller component is dragged and dropped into a particular hierarchy node, that will display a list of all the immediate child level nodes and their performance summary configurations.
  • An administrator can tick the visibility checkbox of the ‘Show Map’ section in the ‘Edit’ menu and then select the preferred ‘Display Mode’ from the dropdown to be displayed in the front end of the Dashboard.
    Figure 3.1: Show map section configuration

How does this work?

  • If the visibility checkbox of ‘Show Map’ is ticked, and ‘Inline’ is selected from the display modes, the hierarchy controller map component will be displayed inline to the KPI, Action, Project, and Risk Performance Summaries. The performance summaries will be shown on the left and the map on the right side of the Dashboard.
    Figure 3.2: Inline map view mode
  • If there are multiple hierarchy nodes linked and enabled within the hierarchy controller, the inline option will enable a carousel view, with the visibility of only one hierarchy node performance summary at one time. You can use the left and right arrows for scrolling into the rest of the nodes.
    Figure 3.3: Carousel view mode with multiple hierarchy nodes
  • The length of the map will be static, while the height of the map will be adjusted dynamically, based on the performance summary sections enabled within the hierarchy controller, subject to a maximum height of 75% of the screen/window size.
    Figure 3.4: Map component max height adjustment to window size
  • The default selection of the ‘Display Mode’ will showcase the map beneath the hierarchy controller.
    Figure 3.5: Default map view mode

Notes: 

  • The hierarchy controller will show the geographical locations associated with the linked Actions and Projects only. Hence, to view the locations, the visibility of Projects and Action performance summaries will need to be enabled as well.
  • The new 'Display Mode In-line' option will be compatible with all refresh options, dashboard copying functionality, and all other standard dashboard functionalities.


4. Introducing KPI YTD Forecast values in KPI list and KPI details components

This enhancement will let you showcase values for a KPI YTD Forecast under the KPI List and KPI Details components. This can be configured by an administrator and then be displayed to users.

How do you configure this?

  • In the Dashboard Admin panel, a new list field will be available under the configuration menu ‘YTD Forecast’.
  • An administrator can tick the 'visibility' checkbox and configure the label name to display the field on the front end of the Dashboard.
    Figure 4.1: YTD forecast field within KPI list component in admin panel
    Figure 4.2: YTD forecast field within KPI details component in admin panel

How does this work?

  • If the visibility checkbox is ticked, the YTD Forecast value will be displayed in the front end of the Dashboard.
    Figure 4.3: YTD forecast field in KPI list component of the dashboard
    Figure 4.4: YTD forecast field in KPI details component of the dashboard
  • If the visibility checkbox is not ticked, the YTD Forecast value will not be shown in the front end of the Dashboard.

Note: The new YTD Forecast field will be compatible with all KPI unit types, all refresh options, dashboard copying functionality, and all other standard dashboard functionalities.