Protect your Business and Bottom Line with Smart GRC Solutions.
Build trust across your organization by proactively and systematically managing risk exposures. Galvanize Governance and Compliance Manager gives you a reliable, integrated view of all risk exposures and compliance obligations, facilitating collaboration across GRC and finance groups while automating manual processes to reduce costs.

External and internal risk management requirements are becoming increasingly complex and intrusive, while the demand for more comprehensive and actionable governance, risk and compliance (GRC) information continues to increase:

  • Managing risk in silos across different functions, processes, methods and infrastructure cannot keep up with these requirements
  • Risk management has become a growing operational and financial burden, limiting the organizations’ ability to keep pace with essential business growth and transformational initiatives.

To manage today’s challenges, leading organizations are driving technology-enabled GRC transformation programs that can:

  • Create improved visibility of enterprise risks and how these are mitigated
  • Lower the cost of risk management through the reduction of manual processes and controls
  • Increase efficiencies through standardization, simplification, automation and end-to-end process centralization 

What is GRC?

GRC describes an organization’s integrated approach to governance, risk and compliance. It typically encompasses activities such as governance, enterprise risk management (ERM), internal controls, regulatory compliance and internal audit.

Governance improves the alignment of risk activities to the strategic objectives of the business. Governance activities enable clearer accountability and reporting, increase visibility of the risks that matter most to the organization, and enhance decision-making processes:

  • Setting the business strategy and objectives
  • Establishing the organization’s culture and values
  • Defining the roles and responsibilities of risk governance bodies
  • Determining risk appetite
  • Setting standards and policies