BOSTON, July 20, 2015 – Corporate governance experts from MEGA International will meet with chief risk and compliance officers at the 2015 Governance, Risk, and Control Conference in Phoenix, August 17-19, to present best practices in reducing risks while taking advantage of new business opportunities.
These executives, along with internal audit executives and governance, risk and compliance (GRC) professionals will hear how MEGA has helped enterprises establish effective risk management and governance programs that have streamlined operations, reduced risks and improved business results.
“Change puts companies at risk, and change is constant in today’s business environment,” noted Lucio de Risi, CEO, MEGA. “It’s critical to identify, monitor and manage risks while still seizing new opportunities to drive the business forward. Our customers are using advanced technology solutions in their business strategy and GRC initiatives to create new business value.”
Programs that link risk management, audit and compliance with business and enterprise architecture have become important business assets. When integrated, these previously separate, but parallel, activities help enterprises consolidate information, eliminate duplicate resources and activities, and reduce costs.
MEGA’s internal audit solution, which supports the IIA internal audit methodology, links GRC objectives with business processes, helping auditors provide executives with reliable information so they can make sound business decisions.
MEGA offers enterprise governance and risk management software solutions that help companies:
- anticipate and manage changing threats and opportunities
- identify, monitor, and mitigate risks
- boost operational effectiveness and efficiency
The company has long been recognized for its innovation in business solutions by industry analysts. Gartner, Inc. has named MEGA as a leader in its enterprise architecture Magic Quadrant reports for six consecutive years. The company has also been cited as a leader by Chartis Research and Hypatia Research Group.