Predict360 Risk and Compliance Intelligence Platform
Risk management is necessary to ensure your business has a secure and stable future. Through 360factors platform, Predict360 Enterprise Risk Management Software, ensures that managers always have visibility of enterprise risk on a dashboard. New risks are instantly reflected in all risk metrics and are visible to all authorized stakeholders. Our cloud-based risk management software also ensures that the latest regulatory risks are closely monitored and updated within the system
Integrated Risk Management Software Buyers Guide
What is Integrated Risk Management (IRM)?
Integrated Risk Management (IRM) is a set of practices and processes underpinned by a culture of risk awareness and enabling technologies, which leads to better decision-making and performance through an integrated vision of how an organization manages its unique set of risks.
How to choose best Integrated Risk Management (IRM) software?
You will need to consider industry, Business Size, Compatibility, Available support and Price.
Your company may be active in the retail, manufacturing, professional services and so on sectors. Each company has unique software needs, so developers will build software depending on your needs.
Your software's characteristics will increase with your business size. As your company expands, you need to invest in upgrading your software to keep your growth going.
Some start-ups need basic software functionality and some big companies need complex software functionality. You have to decide which type of features should be used in your software.
There will be problems with the use of software at some point. You need to know which resources are available for any software you are looking to purchase. Such as on-line resources, live chat, local consultants and so on. You must know, who can provide you with assistance with your software if you need their assistance in your area.
You must ensure that you do not or under-pay the software you are looking for purchase. You may pay some extra costs for little software, thereby minimizing common errors.