In today’s quickly evolving business landscape, it takes powerful technology to identify, evaluate, monitor and mitigate risk. Events happen fast, conditions change quickly, and risk management professionals who are stuck with spreadsheets, old databases and legacy technology will face extra challenges when identifying and mitigating enterprise risk.
ProcessUnity can help. Our state-of-the-art, cloud-based Enterprise Risk Management solution gives organizations clear visibility into specific risks, identifies areas of the business most under threat, evaluates the potential impact of risk events, and manages the controls required to protect the organization.
ProcessUnity provides affordable SaaS-based solutions for governance, risk and compliance (GRC) that enable organizations large and small to tackle GRC challenges more easily. With the availability, security and scalability afforded by a cloud platform, and a collection of powerful capabilities like document management and interactive reporting, our easy-to-use solutions can be deployed quickly and configured with ease by business users to provide immediate improvement to risk management initiatives.
ProcessUnity Enterprise Risk Management helps to mitigate risk by making it easier to document, evaluate, and monitor any type of risk confronting the organization, including financial, commercial, technological, environmental, regulatory and information security risks.
Enterprise Risk Management provides tools for:
With Enterprise Risk Management from ProcessUnity, organizations are better able to mitigate risk by:
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