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Software - Safran Risk, @Risk, Predict!

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Matthew Leung
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Hi all. How would you guys rank Safran Risk, @Risk and Predict! for carrying out QRA (both QSRA and QCRA)? On QSRA, I consider Safran Risk is the better one, as it is more comprehensive with more options. And it looks more promising to deal with complex risk model as well. However, i don't have much idea on QCRA. Thanks in advance. 


Bhavinbhai Lakhani
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Hello Matthew,

For carrying out QRA, both QSRA and QCRA are important components. QSRA involves assessing schedule-related risks, while QCRA focuses on cost-related risks. Safran Risk is highly regarded for QSRA due to its comprehensive features and options, which are beneficial for handling complex risk models effectively. However, my familiarity with QCRA is limited at this point. It would be worthwhile to explore tools or methodologies specifically designed for QCRA to ensure a thorough assessment of cost-related risks alongside schedule risks.

I hope it would help you.


I will not compare these tools but remember that all of them are not applicable if your project has resource constraints.