MetricStream recognised as GRC leader by Chartis Research

The six categories that MetricStream qualified for as market leaders were enterprise GRC, operational and conduct risk management, internal audit management, third-party risk management, IT risk management, and GRC analytics.

Innovations that MetricStream have implemented include an issue and action recommendation engine powered by AI, deepening capabilities for constant control monitoring, and automated risk assessments.

The MetricStream GRC Platform addresses the needs of compliance-facing executives, such as the chief risk officer (CRO), chief compliance officer, and chief information security officer (CISO).

“We’re delighted to be recognised as a dominant leader in several of their categories of the RiskTech Quadrant, including the Enterprise GRC Platform category,” said Gaurav Kapoor, COO and office of the CEO at MetricStream. “It’s a strong validation of our commitment to delivering world-class GRC solutions on a truly integrated platform.”

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Additionally, MetricStream CTO and interim CEO, Andy Diggelmann, said: “We strive to continue to push the envelope with new innovations in predictive analytics, artificial intelligence, cognitive automation, mobility and the GRC cloud – all with the aim of helping our customers gain faster and better risk intelligence to catalyse business performance and growth.

“We value the analysis and inputs of Chartis, given that their analysts engage regularly and deeply with practitioners of large and mid-tier companies to gain and provide insights.”

The report stated: “Several technology developments are helping to shape the GRC landscape. FIs are also continuing to automate their GRC processes, using artificial intelligence (AI), robotics and automation techniques (such as robotic process automation [RPA]).”

Chartis Research based its evaluations on completeness of the company’s portfolio, and market potential. Using an independent scoring system, the quadrant was established in 2012.

Along with this recognition from Chartis, MetricStream recently won GRC Product of the Year at‘s 2019 Risk Technology Awards.

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