By definition, managing operational risks means mastering the function-specific vulnerabilities in each department, be it finance, operations, human resources, marketing, sales and more. For each functional area, you need to:
Controlling just one area of operational risk involves many links of manual labor. When you consider all the departments that must be managed, ORM can become a weighty chain around operations. Without rational management, inherent risks may be overlooked (or underestimated), controls can be misapplied, and tests may fail to reveal the weaknesses in your controls. The fragmentation of labor across functions undermines visibility, compromising your power to understand and mitigate operational risks.
ProcessUnity’s SaaS-based technology integrates operational risk management under one umbrella, streamlining the entire ORM process into a visible, automated workflow. Through automation, you can:
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