Intaver Institute

Intaver Institute Inc. develops project risk management and project risk analysis software. Intaver Institute was founded in 2002 by respected technology executives, mathematicians, economists, and computer scientists. Since it was officially launched in October 2004, RiskyProject has become one of the leading tools for quantitative project risk analysis. Among its users: NASA, Boeing, USDA, US Department of Energy, Lockheed Martin, Canadian Department of National Defense, Siemens, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Hewlett Packard, Mosaic, Electronic Arts, Los Alamos National Laboratory, SAS, Westinghouse, Rockwell, and many others. RiskyProject is used in many industries including aerospace and defense, oil and gas, information technology and software development, pharmaceutical, construction, manufacturing, mining, and many others.

Project risk management features:
  • risk register
  • risk ranking
  • customizable risk matrix
  • risk response and mitigation plans
  • risk mitigation waterfall chart
Monte Carlo schedule risk analysis features:
  • works as standalone and Microsoft Project Add-In
  • integrated with Primavera and other project management software
  • multiple statistical distributions
  • replacement for Risk+
Comprehensive quantitative analysis and reporting
Tracking with risks and uncertainties
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RiskyProject Professional

RiskyProject Professional is comprehensive project risk analysis and management software that integrates with MS Project and Oracle Primavera. RiskyProject Professional allows users to perform Monte Carlo simulations of project cost and schedule using discrete risks event and uncertainties using three point estimates as well as other robust distributions. Cost and schedule risk analysis allows users to create realistic “risk adjusted” cost and schedule estimates to complete their projects. RiskyProject Professional also provides a comprehensive project risk management capability that is compatible with all major project risk methodologies and processes, such as those supported by PMI, Prince II, and ISO 31000.