Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) Solutions - Integrated GRC Applications

By: Agiliance  09-12-2011

Everyday organizations make countless business decisions aimed to boost organizational performance. Unfortunately, most of these decisions are made without knowing the real tradeoffs against risk exposure. Agiliance GRC solutions enable organizations to leverage the knowledge of risk to optimize performance and investment decisions. RiskVision covers the three major layers of enterprise GRC solution architecture:

Agiliance GRC solution is a unique market leader because:

Agiliance designs are built-to-scale. RiskVision is the most proven GRC automation technology with existing production environments with more than 140,000 users, more than 130,000 continuously monitored assets, and over 100 million technical checks performed weekly. RiskVison applications are scalable on a J2EE platform with open interfaces, and designed from the ground up to form a GRC automation platform, compared to consulting tools that have slowly evolved over time.
Agiliance customers realize time-to-value. RiskVision installs quickly because it is flexible to configure, easy to deploy, has a rich content library, and a broad selection of out-of-the-box connectors. RiskVision is a truly integrated GRC automation platform that does not require heavy customization to get up and running or dedicated programmer resources to maintain and upgrade. Most Agiliance customers achieve demonstrable value using automation in 60 to 90 days. Agiliance's integrated yet modular applications enable organizations to achieve quick wins and demonstrate vision and technology feasibility, then mature and expand into additional use cases.

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