BWise Rapid Deployment Solutions®

Jump-start your GRC project with BWise Rapid Deployment Solutions

Organizations that want to expedite their GRC implementations can opt for BWise Rapid Deployment Solutions® (RDS). Years of experience in the industry have enabled BWise to develop these best-practice based delivery formats. The RDS includes pre-defined frameworks, workflows, roles, data load sheets and dashboards. The training program for the core team members and expert users is part of the offering. An organization ready to commit to this best practice methodology can implement a mature, best of class, GRC solution in a matter of weeks.

BWise Offers Multiple Rapid Deployment Solutions

Start your GRC Program quickly with one of our Rapid Deployment Solutions and add others later, all of them are designed to fit together seamlessly. The following RDS solutions are available:

  • Internal Audit
  • Internal Control
  • Operational Risk Management (ORM)
  • Loss database for financial institutions (optional add-on to ORM)
  • Enterprise Risk Management
  • Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance

Download the brochures about the Rapid Deployment Solution for Internal Audit and Internal Control. For more information on all of our RDS solutions, contact us.

The Benefits of the Rapid Deployment Solutions

  • Cost-Effective – Based on best practices and standardized configurations, the required implementation duration is minimized and the budget is fixed. Customer-specific configurations are optional and can be done via a gap analysis.
  • Quickly Implemented – Pre-configured software with pre-formatted workflows and reports
  • Predictable – Controlled, proven ramp-up times
  • Simple – Based on generally-accepted GRC best practices
  • Scalable – Purchase only the necessary capabilities to meet current needs; other RDS-based functionality can easily be added later as all RDS solutions are designed to fit together
  • Standardized – Based on best practices backed by years of expert experience
  • Focused – Users can concentrate on learning new software rather than on implementation activities
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