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Corporater Unveils Business Process Management for Enhanced GRC and Performance Management (GPRC)

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Corporater, a global leader in software solutions for Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) and Performance Management (jointly addressed as GPRC), is proud to announce the launch of a new Business Process Management Engine.  

First introduced in the Nordic market, this significant functional addition is now available globally. 

Digital GRC programs are being challenged by evolving regulatory requirements such as ESG, Cybersecurity, and DORA/operational resilience. At the same time, market innovations in cross-product and cross-border trading activity add to business process complexity. The convergence of governance, accountability, audit, and resilience sets the stage for Business Process Management (BPM) as a foundational and vital tool for the successful digital transformation of an organization’s GRC program. 

The new Business Process Management Engine (BPME) complements a comprehensive toolbox of existing features including risk quantification, Monte Carlo simulations, a flexible Forms & Survey engine, risk aggregation, and AI assistance that collectively enable enterprises to implement a holistic, easy-to-use, enterprise-wide GRC program. 

The new Corporater BPME offers a complete design-to-execution functionality delivering auditable, measurable business processes that comply with regulatory requirements, increase operational efficiency, align with organizational objectives, and support AI-powered integration with relevant GRC and Performance Management data. The net effect is an uplift in organizational agility, resilience, and overall business performance. 

“With the enhanced Business Process Management Engine, Corporater continues to set the standard for integrated enterprise GRC and Performance Management solutions,” said Owe Lie-Bjelland, GPRC Director at Corporater. “We aim to empower organizations to not only manage risks and compliance effectively across the enterprise but also enhance overall business performance through an integrated business-wide GRC program.” 

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