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    7-Eleven Taps Riskonnect to Help Boost Operational Efficiencies

    Risk management system to service U.S., Canada stores.

    IRVING, Texas — 7-Eleven Inc. has selected Riskonnect's risk management information system (RMIS) to power its claims management, policy management and property data collection processes in the United States and Canada.

    The Riskonnect RMIS helps companies increase operational efficiencies with added systems integration capabilities that reduces redundant data entry and increases data integrity.

    "7-Eleven needed a RMIS system capable of consolidating our data for advanced reporting and automation to increase our efficiencies. Riskonnect has been able to provide us with the custom built modules and tools we need to be successful in supporting our organization," said Danny Downs, risk analyst, 7-Eleven. "We look forward to strengthening our relationship with Riskonnect and innovating a ubiquitous system that helps streamline our processes for years to come."

    Kennesaw, Ga.-based Riskonnect is a provider of Integrated Risk Management solutions by offering a growing suite of applications on a world-class cloud computing model, helping clients elevate their risk management programs, safety solutions and programs for management of all risks across the enterprise. 

    "We are extremely pleased that 7-Eleven has successfully gone live with their implementation of Riskonnect RMIS and this is just the beginning of what we will do together," said Bob Morrell, CEO of Riskonnect. "It is exciting to have another dominant brand using our solutions to grow their risk management capabilities."

    Irving-based 7-Eleven Inc. operates, franchises and licenses more than 10,700 7-Eleven stores in North America.

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