RSA Archer® GRC Upgrade Services
RSA Risk Management Practice
Ease your upgrade experience, accelerate your time-to-value, and ensure your environment is ready for a successful deployment with RSA Archer GRC Upgrade Services.
- Readiness Assessment
- Basic Upgrade(s)
- Custom Rollout Strategy and Upgrade
- Advanced Workflow Conversion
- Task-Driven Landing Page Adoption
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Ensure your environment is optimized for the latest RSA Archer releases.
Stay up-to-date on independently top-rated GRC tools from RSA Archer.
Successfully deploy RSA Archer software upgrades into production, even when working under tight deadlines, using recommended best practices.
RSA Archer GRC Upgrade Readiness Assessment: Single Environment
This assessment determines if your infrastructure environment meets minimum hardware and software requirements and is “ready” for a successful upgrade.
RSA Archer GRC Upgrade: Three Environments
This service provides a software upgrade of your licensed, on-premise RSA Archer solution for up to three environments (e.g., development, QA and production).
RSA Archer GRC Upgrade: Single Environment
This service provides a software upgrade of your licensed, on-premise RSA Archer solution for a single environment.
Custom Upgrade Services
We offer a range of custom upgrade services that include custom upgrade strategy and planning, business preparation, solution testing, production deployment, post-deployment support, and more.
One of the most positive outcomes of using RSA Archer is that it's helped us to evolve from an organization where we're constantly trying to chase data and information and the resulting frustration and inefficiency that stems from that. Now we have a source of record where employees can go to access data and more quickly consume it and make decisions based on it. So it's not only improved efficiency, but it's also really helped to improve morale. It’s eliminated a lot of frustration and finger pointing that had occurred in the past when you had single points of failure with a custodian who owned a single piece of data that wasn't widely available to the entire organization.
Director of IT Security @ St. Luke's Health System