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Acuity Risk Management is delighted to announce that its STREAM cyber risk management and compliance platform has been recognised in Newsweek’s ‘Best Business Tools 2019’ in the Compliance Management Software Category.
With businesses around the country and the world facing continual disruption, technological tools are increasingly crucial to the success of established enterprises and start-ups alike. To assist with this challenge, the globally recognized data research company, Statista Inc., and the digital publication, Newsweek produced an authoritative list of America’s Best Business Tools.
“With increasing business risk and regulatory pressures, it has never been more important for organizations to manage risk and demonstrate compliance. Acuity is delighted that STREAM has been recognized as a leading Compliance Management Software solution. Our aim is to enable organizations to achieve their business objectives through seamless and efficient compliance and risk management processes”, says Simon Marvell, Partner at Acuity Risk Management.
STREAM allows our customers’ chosen compliance and risk management frameworks to be automated on our flexible, scalable, easy to use platform and data migrated quickly so that benefits can be realised within weeks without the need for custom development.
STREAM captures, links and correlates all of the complex relationships that exist in compliance and risk management, presenting results in business terms via a simple and intuitive user interface. Extensive dashboarding and reporting with advanced analytics for both quantitative and qualitative risk assessment allow results to be presented in the language of business leaders for risk-based decision making and financial evaluation of investment proposals.
For more information about Acuity Risk Management or STREAM, please contact us.
Newsweek is an American weekly news magazine founded in 1933. Newsweek provides the latest news, in-depth analysis and ideas about international issues, technology, business, culture and politics. In addition to its online and mobile presence, Newsweek publishes weekly English print editions in the United States, Europe/Middle East/Africa and Asia as well as editions in Japanese, Korean, Polish, Serbian and Spanish.
Methodology: We name the top providers of business software and software services in 54 categories: from audio editing software to cybersecurity tools. We also looked specifically at a new generation of workers. The first members of Generation Z (people born after 1995) are graduating from college and finding jobs—or creating their own—and we highlight the business tools preferred by these energetic young employees and entrepreneurs.