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It’s important to access your business needs when selecting an RMIS provider. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Technology, service and features are important things to consider when purchasing an RMIS (Risk Management Information System); however, that is just the start. Understanding your needs, knowing what your stakeholders demand, and selecting the right solution provider is equally as important, if not more.

Here are five things you should consider when buying an RMIS.

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