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Welcome to our new web page! We have been hard at work improving our user interface (UI) for UXRisk. At the same time, we have updated our visual profile and web pages.

We have had a great process with our UX designer and users to come up with a more modern user friendly and accessible User Interface for UXRisk. If you are a client already your UXRisk application will be updated to the new UI on monday evening the 17th of January 2022 CET. The update will happen without any disturbances to production, and if you experience issues a simple refresh of the page will most likely sort that out. If you are not already a UXRisk user, get in touch via our contact form, we would love to show it to you! You can also have a look below at the screenshots.

New Processes & Workflows

Have a look at our frontpage where we have described an overview of the process areas we provide workflows for. We have a significant portfolio of workflows which have all been developed in cooperation with our experienced colleagues in Proactima AS.

Have questions or want to get in touch?

We have established a new contact form, but you can also reach out to our Head of Digital Solutions - Stian Opsahl Hetlevik directly either on or on +47 402 14 307.

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A new release of UXRisk has arrived. The new version contains some new functionality and fixes some known bugs.

The UXRisk team hopes you enjoy the latest version of UXRisk. Do not hesitate to get in touch if you have questions or would like a demo.

Editable tables, wherever you are

You can now edit and update articles, or sub-articles – eg risks and actions directly in the search tables. This makes it significantly easier and more efficient to follow up on your cases and tasks. Editability is turned off by default and a button appears at the top of each table that can enable editability. Of course, change log is also taken care of for these changes.

Duplication of articles

All articles in UXRisk can be duplicated. Now you can also choose how you want to duplicate, either by making an exact copy or by customizing. For example: Let's say you want to make a new version of a risk analysis, then you can either make an exact copy of the previous one, or choose what you want to take with you to the next edition.

Expand / Collapse in forms

When you have to work with complex or large forms of information, they can quickly become confusing. We are now presenting a new concept for being able to work in sections. As an example, you can now have a section for description, categorization and details and easily navigate between them or collapse the ones you are not using.

This functionality must be set up for each application where this is needed.

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