Sword GRC Releases ARM 2022

Sword GRC has released the latest version of its Active Risk Manager solution. The risk, compliance and governance software and services provider's flagship product, ARM 2022, now offers a range of new usability features for comprehensive project and enterprise risk management.

The update includes the new ARM Visualizer, providing risk professionals with a 360° view and greater understanding of the interconnectivity between risks across the enterprise. A new Key Risk Indicator functionality now provides metrics for the effective monitoring and management of changes in risk exposures. And Risk Field Workflow now takes in risk, scoring, plans and responses.

In addition to these and other enhancements, the release also addresses occupational health and safety within high-risk working environments with new mobile application, Sword Verify.

Commenting on the release, Jim Wetekamp, Riskonnect CEO said: “Sword GRC’s strategic investment in research and development is now being realised for the direct benefit of customers. ARM 2022 is the most feature-rich release to date, providing new levels of data and deeper insights that empower organizations to reach risk-informed decisions and balance threats ‘v’ opportunities more effectively than ever; all through a consolidated ‘single view’ of risk.

“ARM 2022 represents the strength of Sword GRC’s innovation and commitment to leveraging emerging technologies to meet evolving GRC needs with a comprehensive and best-in-class solution set.”

Riskonnect acquired Sword GRC from Sword Group in April 2022.

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