It can feel overwhelming to track the details of your integrated risk management program in a way that will satisfy auditors and regulations.
But today’s technology is automating IRM tasks so you and your team don’t have to remember everything.
Crowe can show you how to use the best-in-class capabilities from ServiceNow® to keep your company safe.
ServiceNow centralizes and standardizes information so that no matter who asks a question – whether it’s an external auditor or your CEO – you can pull the data, run a report, and send it out in minutes.
A versatile platform that allows you to embed risk management and compliance activities into your larger digital business processes, ServiceNow empowers your first line to manage the risk and controls for which it is responsible.
You may be among the many businesses that already use ServiceNow for other areas like HR, customer service, IT ticketing, and more. Crowe can help you make a business case for taking full advantage of ServiceNow’s capabilities, with the end goal of reducing the number of products, services, and platform applications your company needs to buy.
We provide a clearly phased plan and an experienced team to help you every step of the way — whether that’s additional support to get ServiceNow up and running, ongoing support, or advisory support from within our firm on related issues.
Crowe has created ready-made GRC solutions that can dramatically speed up the configuration process so you can start realizing an ROI faster.
See our GRC solutions for ServiceNow
Our experienced integrated risk management and advisory teams will help you configure ServiceNow to help make the most of your investment. Get in touch, and we can talk about how to get started.
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