IntraPoint develops the Crisis Manager software suite, used by several leading international companies and organizations including Shell, Statoil, Maersk, Lukoil, Teekay Petrojarl, Tulane University and DONG Energy. The company recently secured financing from long term external investors and have strengthened its team with a number of key employees.
Experienced industry leader Jørgen P. Rasmussen was recently appointed new Chairman of the Board.
"I consider the potential for the use of Crisis Manager and IntraPoint’s technology to be vast, both in the Nordics and internationally, and look forward to using my experience to help IntraPoint grow, strengthen the team and create rapid growth," says Rasmussen.
Jørn Tore Bernø Larssen and Torund D. Bryhn have also joined the company as Chief Operations Officer and Vice President Strategic Communications respectively. Bernø Larssen has previously functioned as CIO in Orkla and Archer, while Bryhn has served as Vice President of Strategic Communications at AGR and worked on Capitol Hill, Washington DC for various Members of Congress.
"We are very proud to make use of the experience and the network that Jørgen has to offer, and with these experienced resources combined with our long term investors, we are thoroughly rigged for growth in our core markets," says Idar G. Voldnes, Intrapoint CEO.
IntraPoint’s European headquarters are located in Trondheim, with offices in Oslo and Stavanger, headquarters for North and South America are located in Washington D.C. and a department for development is located in Silicon Valley.
IntraPoint is a market leading company that delivers solutions for crisis and emergency preparedness management. IntraPoint has offices in Trondheim, Oslo, Stavanger, Washington DC, Houston, Silicon Valley, Dubai and Copenhagen.
IntraPoint’s Crisis Manager combines more than 15 years of research, development and practical use in some of the world’s largest transportation and energy companies, and large foreign government agencies. The solutions enable organizations to prepare for, react to and manage all potential crises in a better way – physical, financial or reputational. Companies such as Shell, Statoil, Alitalia, DONG and Maersk use Crisis Manager to strengthen their global management of operational disturbances and crises.