Onspring Technologies was founded in 2010 with a simple idea: To empower business people to innovate and solve problems for themselves. They believe that enterprise software should be truly easy to administer and use. It shouldn’t frustrate you. It shouldn’t slow you down. Your software should enable you to do your best work with speed, accuracy and confidence. So they built a platform to make this possible.
Today, Onspring is the no-code platform of choice for governance, risk and compliance (GRC) teams and business operations experts across multiple industries. They focus on performance and usability in everything they do so their clients can stay focused on analysis, action and value-creation.
Learn what compliance leaders at some of the world’s most complex organizations are doing to build resilient compliance programs. You’d be correct if you guessed they’re implementing new processes and adding new technologies. But the biggest surprise has been around the role people play in this process.
Your organization might be using HITRUST to manage multiple compliance initiatives, including HIPAA, NIST and the ISOs. The framework sets up a good set of practices that lend well to various privacy regulations and standards, yet connecting all that data for fast reporting is where most organization’s hit a wall.
What keeps the best compliance leaders ahead of the pack in today’s pandemic-beleaguered climate? Actionable insights from well-organized data inputs.
It is virtually impossible to move forward in business without vendor relationships, but having vendors also means having potential risk.
The concept of risk management—what it is and consists of—is something that is often misunderstood or misinterpreted.
Every organization, realizing it or not, relies on systems of internal controls to accomplish their most critical goals. Whether you’re trying to demonstrate compliance with a law or regulation, align processes with internal policies or just protect your personnel assets, controls are the key mechanism to drive accountability and measure ...