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Compli Wins 2013 GRC Technology Innovation Award

April 25, 2013

PORTLAND, Ore. — Compli, a provider of compliance obligation management software, was named the winner of the 2013 GRC Technology Innovation Award. Compli received the award in recognition of its new solution, Compli Portfolio.

Portfolio, a new software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform to be released in the second quarter, is designed to support a variety of industries. It provides a new way for organizations to approach their compliance obligations. Born in the cloud and operating on any device, Portfolio’s workflow tools and document management safeguards are designed to help businesses cost effectively stay ahead of all their risk and compliance requirements.  

The 2013 GRC Technology Innovation Awards were presented by GRC 20/20, a research group that focuses on the areas of governance, risk management and compliance. Only 12 winners were named. 

“Portfolio provides an innovative approach to the integration of technology and process resulting in an elegant user experience to illustrate and manage an organization’s compliance and risk profile. No matter the origin of an organization’s content, Portfolio provides a graceful interface that becomes an electronic GRC binder for policies, procedures, trainings and certifications required of internal and external stakeholders,” said Rasmussen, founder of GRC 20/20. “In addition, Portfolio utilizes workflow and content tools that deliver an intuitive drag and drop interface to quickly create effective awareness, training and reporting campaigns.”

“It’s a thrill to be announced as a winner of this year’s GRC Technology Innovation Awards. This clearly demonstrates the excitement with which investors, partners and others in the industry are greeting our solution,” said David Childers, CEO of Compli.  “This honor will help propel us forward as we introduce Portfolio to the marketplace in Q2 of 2013.”

 

 

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