Estimating and truly measuring return on investment (ROI) for Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) investments is no longer optional, but rather, it is a business imperative.
While risk and compliance professionals readily grasp the potential of GRC-enabling technologies, their executive leadership must carefully weigh the costs and benefits of a GRC implementation just as they do other top organizational initiatives.
Forward-looking risk and compliance functions reap a host of benefits that outweigh the initial investment in GRC transformation with a well-defined program, supported by meaningful business cases.
This paper discusses how risk and compliance leaders can make the case for GRC investment with measurable and tangible benefits, including a quantifiable ROI. Read on to learn how organizations can: