Nasdaq BWise is a global leader in Enterprise Governance, Risk Management and Compliance (GRC) software. Based on a strong heritage in business process management, the BWise® GRC platform provides companies with highly-rated, proven software solutions for Risk Management, Internal Control, Internal Audit, Compliance & Policy Management and IT GRC.
BWise’s end-to-end solutions support an organization’s ability to understand, track, measure, and manage key organizational risks. BWise helps companies truly be in control by balancing performance with their financial and reputational risks, improving corporate accountability, increasing financial, strategic and operating efficiencies. Using BWise, organizations are able to efficiently comply with anti-corruption regulations like FCPA and the UK Bribery Act, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, European Corporate Governance Codes, ISAE3402/SAS-70, PCI-DSS, Solvency II, Basel II and III, Dodd-Frank, ISO-standards, and many more.
BWise sales, service and support offices around the globe provide for the GRC needs of hundreds of clients.To sell and implement GRC solutions and develop vertical best practices BWise offers a world class partner program
The BWise Risk Management software solution is easy to use, and highly configurable. It covers all aspects of the risk management process including: Risk identification; Risk assessment; Key risk indicator/metric management; Loss and incident management; Action management; Powerful dashboards and reporting
BWise has developed a software solution that helps enable the compliance process. It creates efficiencies and confidence that sustainable practices are in place and, most importantly, that the company is compliant with applicable laws and regulations
Audit teams select the BWise Internal Audit software solution because of its rich and complete functionality, user friendliness, and powerful reporting capabilities. It supports each step in the audit cycle, from maintenance of the audit universe, to planning, preparation, workpaper management, reporting, and finding and issue tracking.
An effective internal control environment is essential to an organization’s success. It provides the confidence that unwanted risks are adequately addressed, that laws and regulations are being adhered to, that financial statements are of high quality, and that capital and resource allocations are appropriate.
Information security remains at the forefront of organizational concerns. The proliferation of technology, both by customers and the company itself, is exacerbating the likelihood and impact of unwanted risk events. Additionally, external forces, such as cyber and vendor/3rd party relationships, are challenging risk management programs to stay current and codify the range of organizational threats.