The increasing demands of the regulatory environment are forcing companies to become more efficient by optimizing their risk management and compliance processes and by controlling the costs of compliance. Those factors are driving the need for identification and implementation of the right governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) technology tool for supporting a framework that addresses process efficiency, improved data management, and reporting. And the success of a company’s GRC program requires proper deployment by:
  • Selecting the right technology
  • Implementing the selected tools
  • Maintaining a sustainable operating model
PwC’s GRC technology solutions help companies by performing an initial assessment of the tools and technology needed and then assisting with implementation of those tools that will facilitate GRC activities. We then help promote the consolidation, coordination, and reporting of the GRC activities throughout an organization.  This includes:
  • Technology system selection, implementation, and configuration
  • Risk and compliance activity automation and integration
  • Technology-enabled monitoring and compliance activities
  • Risk and compliance technology roadmap development

PwC's State of Compliance Study 2016

2016 marks our 6th annual study which is designed to give corporate compliance officers benchmarking data to help them understand common industry practices today and plan for more effective, more efficient compliance operations in the future. The study aims to give compliance leaders a view into organizations’ tone at the top, process to assess risk and compliance and ethics oversight structure and scope. These compliance program elements, representing the business strategy elements of compliance and ethics, are among the most frequently debated topics by compliance practitioners.

Getting tactical - Improving enterprise resiliency with GRC technology

This publication shares our perspective on the effective use of GRC technologies to enable enterprise resiliency. This allows program owners to focus their time on leading and monitoring their programs’ efficacy instead of being consumed with actively managing the documentation.