The GRC Change Roadmap is designed to deliver predictable success during the implementation of our software solution.
Additionally, our 90 day Change Roadmap is a standard deliverable at the end of each of our implementation which provides post-implementation guidance to our customers to support the embedding of the solution and any new/enhanced GRC-related processes.
Our CEO, Andrew Smart is speaking at the New Generation Operational Risk: Risk Culture and Business Conduct Behaviour conference in Helsinki, Finland.
Andrew will be speaking on the topic of Embedding Risk & Controls Self Assessment (RCSA) into Strategic Planning and Business Strategy.
Last week, In Part 1 of this series, we outlined three key reasons why we built on Integrated Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC) solution on SharePoint.
- Support the shift from a centralised to a decentralised approach to Enterprise GRC
- Enable a firm-wide risk transformation
- Provide firm-wide clarity on individual accountabilities
This week we add three more reasons for building our GRC solution on SharePoint. These are;
- Provide risk and compliance reporting that is aligned to other management reporting, not alien to it
- Be familiar and easy to use
- Deliver real, tangible business value
Business requirements for next generation enterprise GRC
Post credit crunch, firms have had to adapt to a more heavily regulated business environment with increased risk management and regulatory demands from boards and regulators, while also re-shaping the business model and attempting to deliver profits and growth. To fulfil these competing demands, firms need to take a different approach to GRC with a solution that meets the following criteria:
1. Support the shift from a centralised to a decentralised approach to Enterprise GRC
2. Enable a firm-wide risk transformation
3. Provide firm-wide clarity on individual accountabilities