How to successfully implement GRC software with help from control owners


Effective GRC software can transform your organization into a risk-fighting machine — but only if everyone is on board with its systems and processes.

Without support from business and process owners, GRC software implementations are often doomed to fail. Participation and cooperation from this "first line of defense" is essential, because they are the ones who can determine quickly and confidently whether a control is working as it should.

Their position makes them uniquely suited to alleviate some of the burden on busy audit teams by taking on risk and control assessments — and indeed, many organizations are now delegating this work to first-line risk and control owners to increase efficiency. 

In this checklist, we explore the six steps you need to take to ensure a successful implementation of GRC software so audit teams and control owners can work together effectively. 

Download the free checklist today.