Convercent is a Denver, Colorado-based software company that helps companies design and implement compliance programs. The company's Convercent governance, risk management and compliance software integrates the management of corporate compliance risk, cases, disclosures, training and policies
e-Book: The Excellence in Compliance Awards
Convercent is proud to recognize the winners of Compliance Week’s second annual “Excellence in Compliance Awards,” which spotlight individual and company achievement in seven categories relating to risk and compliance.
Webcast: Effectively marketing your E&C program
The role of a compliance professional is increasingly complex: Not only do you have to adhere to regulations and legal guidelines, but you have to engage your workforce to participate in your ethics and compliance program for it to be effective. In many ways this is similar to the changing ...
Best Practices, Tips, & Tools C&E Leaders Can Use to Better Engage Employees
Employee engagement is a struggle for most C&E leaders, but this informative webinar with Compliance Week will provide the tools and support compliance needs to garner more internal attention.
Survey Results: Top Priorities for Ethics and Compliance in 2018
From monitoring regulations and risks to protecting the company’s brand and reputation to fostering an ethical culture—ethics and compliance officers have a lot on their plate these days. And that’s not even to mention meeting the needs of board members.
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Need a better solution for your board reporting? Convercent’s Insights with Benchmarking
Convercent offers a dynamic benchmarking dashboard that moves when your data moves. For any chart or graph in Convercent Insights, you will see a benchmark line to compare your data viewed in that moment.
e-Book: Rooting Out Conflicts of Interest
A conflict-of-interest issue can occur at any time. As regulators turn the heat up on this issue, most companies now have conflict-of-interest policies that oblige the disclosure of conflicts when they arise. But how useful are these policies? And can they be enforced around the globe?