We believe this positioning speaks to the strengths of Riskonnect’s suite of Integrated Risk Management solutions, our consistent market growth and continued innovation.
Shifting from GRC to IRM
To better address the needs of global CEOs and senior executives, end-user organizations are shifting focus away from governance, risk and compliance (GRC) to IRM solutions. Gartner defines IRM solutions as the combined technology, processes and data that fulfill the objective of enabling the simplification, automation and integration of strategic, operational and IT risk management across an organization (see “Definition: Integrated Risk Management Solutions”).
Gartner is the world’s leading research and advisory company who is trusted as an objective resource and critical partner by more than 12,000 organizations in more than 100 countries. According to John Wheeler, Gartner’s IRM Research Director, Integrated Risk Management is “the single largest security and risk management software market covered by Gartner,” as a result, this report is the preeminent source for market intelligence utilized by thousands of global security and risk management leaders.
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Gartner Magic Quadrant for Integrated Risk Management. By John A. Wheeler, Jie Zhang and Earl Perkins. 16 July, 2018.
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