A concise overview of modern compliance management
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3 Benefits of IT-based compliance management
It will give you a quick and concise overview of whatand risk management mean for organizations today and how these concepts have developed; starting from the financial sector and growing into a central consideration for a variety of other sectors. Using real-life case studies from the banking industry, we’ll take you through digitization, disruption, and dedicated compliance departments to demonstrate the value of compliance investment. Breaking down the benefits of IT-based compliance into three core elements ensures a clear overview of why, and how, to establish a compliance framework:
Automation, Process and Decision Management
- Automation: Reducing manual effort, by integrating regulatory and operational changes into your company’s workflows.
- Process Mangement: Adopting a process-based approach, by making all compliance related business processes accessible for the whole team.
- Decision Mangement: Ensuring well-documented business decisions, so that employees are guided through a consistent decision-making process, avoiding corporate risks in the long-term.
Implementing an IT-based compliance management system
Compliance requires a holistic approach, stretching across departmental and hierarchical boundaries. In today’s highly regulated business world, compliance is too valuable and too intrinsic to remain an afterthought. An IT-based compliance management system requires company wide implementation and adoption -- an investment that will keep you on track and ahead of the game while the hurdles are constantly shifting.
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