• ​Reduced time to resolve management, audit, risk and compliance issues.

  • ​Reduction of overtime/reactive overload for business operations and IT responding to issues.

  • ​Reduction of overall risk.

  • ​Improved resource utilization for identifying and remediating issues.

  • ​Reduced duplicative, unresolved or repeat audit findings.


  • Consistent Workflow

    Address issues identified through audits, compliance reviews, risk assessments and other GRC activities with a consistent workflow that routes findings for review and approval.

  • Exception Tracking

    Track exceptions to findings and ensure they receive appropriate sign off and approval.

  • Business Hierarchy

    Establish the corporate structure, accountability, workflow and reporting required to manage findings, remediation plans and exceptions.

  • Consolidated Reporting

    Quickly and easily see which issues remain open, which have been closed and which are overdue to facilitate prioritization, follow up and reporting to the board, regulators and other stakeholders.

  • Document Management

    Keep remediation plans and other documentation in a single, central location to improve coordination, prioritization, and to prevent duplication.