GRC Webcast -- More Relevant Than Ever
The current economic climate is changing the way companies look at governance, risk, and compliance (GRC). Faced with a risk-averse corporate culture and a more complex regulatory environment, many companies are realizing that GRC is more relevant than ever. When risk management and controls are aligned with regulatory requirements and internal policies, organizations benefit from reduced costs, better visibility, and fewer adverse outcomes. However, most companies still grapple with fragmented GRC processes, and unifying them has proven difficult for all but a few organizations.
Watch this Webcast to find out how your company can turn a fragmented set of processes into a unified GRC approach – generating tangible benefits even in today’s down economy. The goal: to move away from reactive, disjointed risk processes toward a strategic, cross-enterprise methodology. Program guests discuss the ways in which a unified GRC approach improves operational decision making, enhances strategic planning, and enables new levels of visibility.
The Road to Unified GRC
What are the trends and drivers that impact GRC adoption and usage? What strategies are succeeding in today's tough economy? And what is the role of IT in building and sustaining world-class GRC processes? Dennis Gaughan, Vice President at AMR Research, answers these and other questions.
Lessons Learned and Results Achieved
Narina Sippy, Senior Vice President and General Manager of SAP's Governance, Risk, and Compliance Business Unit, explains how SAP customers are using GRC software to address a wide range of business issues. Topics include how to get started, expected return on investment, and the increasing relevance of GRC in today's complex, perilous, and ever-changing business environment.
Dennis Gaughan, Vice President, AMR Research
Narina Sippy, Senior Vice President & General Manager, Governance, Risk and Compliance Business Unit, SAP