THE 'APPLE' of GRC
"The Network has delivered a platform that is fresh, beautiful, and simply elegant for the user, adding interface assets that work to engage employees, while providing administrators and executives with the tools needed to truly manage compliance in a proactive fashion."
– Michael Rasmussen, GRC Analyst
Report and Analyze
Arguably the most important part of a complete GRC solution – and effective risk management – is reporting. After capturing and managing issues and incidents, you have a lot of data that you can analyze to get valuable insight into the health of your company. You should be able to quickly see trends and find correlations between incidents, cases, courses, policies and corrective or preventative action plans. The right reporting solution is easy-to-use and lets you see your ethics and compliance data the way you want to see it. It provides actionable data and easy trend analysis so you can monitor, measure and correct the risk areas in your company.
A strong GRC reporting solution contains features such as:
- Client-administered access for creating, publishing and distributing customized reports in a variety of formats
- User-configurable capabilities that let end-users see data that is most relevant to them
- The ability to graphically display data in real-time, with dashboards and visualization tools
- Multiple customizable methods to capture, share and display your data
- Client-defined, role-based permission controls
- Drill-through capabilities
We can help you implement and customize a robust, flexible Reporting & Analytics solution that will give you secure, real-time access to visualized data so you can track trends over time, implement improvements, make better business decisions and achieve the results you want.
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