Our proof of concept service proposition helps organisations who believe that our GRC software solution can meet their business and technical requirements but would like to confirm this via preliminary testing. We provide a short, 2-5-day exercise, when a representative sample of the organisations data is loaded into our solution and presented back to confirm the solution meets the customers’ business and technical requirements.
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