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BWise hosts eight knowledge based Enterprise GRC webinars
New York, NY, United States and ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands, February 10, 2011 – BWise, the global leader in Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) management software, announced today that the company will be hosting eight knowledge based webinars in February and March. The company will present these online sessions around four key elements relevant to enterprise GRC; internal control, risk management, compliance and internal audit.
During the webinars BWise will present a set of best practices, the latest trends in GRC and demonstrate how the company assists enterprises in running risk management and compliance processes as normal business processes. BWise and its Executives are very familiar with the roles that an enterprise utilizes as its lines of defense in the course of its business. BWise assists hundreds of customers in many industries in more than eighty countries with their risk management, internal audit and compliance duties and is keenly aware of the latest developments in GRC management. The eight webinars that BWise is presenting are based on the knowledge it has gained over the years and on the current trends the company has observed in GRC.
By attending this webinar series, attendees will have clear insight into how their job function contributes to an effective GRC program. Attendees will also learn how the sharing of knowledge and information across departments and functions, a hallmark of effective GRC, assists them in working more efficiently, and how to contribute to and get into a flow for effective enterprise GRC management. In addition, at the conclusion of this webinar series, attendees will understand the different components of GRC, how these mechanisms must work cohesively with one another to develop an integrated and successful enterprise GRC strategy and new trends.
Luc Brandts, BWise CTO and founder, said, “With these educational webinars, we are bringing more awareness to the roles and job functions that are the foundation of an effective integrated GRC approach. Each of the functions serves as a line of defense at a business and plays a crucial role for successful GRC management. At the close of this series of webinars attendees will better understand how their role supports effective enterprise GRC. I’d like to urge executives to have their staff attend these informative sessions for the advancement of their GRC programs.” Please visit the BWise web site to register for any one or all of the webinars on GRC.