Capgemini has started a new enterprise risk management service aimed at helping organizations manage their governance, risk management and compliance.
The company said it will aim to provide clients a continuous monitoring and analytics approach by using its Global Process Model and technology platforms.
Goals of the service include managing and mitigating risks in information technology, finance and accounting, operations, statutory and regulatory compliance, control environments and compliance costs.
“Clearly, the demand from regulators, ratings agencies, shareholders and customers for greater transparency is rising,” said Christopher Stancombe, Capgemini’s senior vice president in finance and accounting for business process outsourcing. “Moreover, governance, risk and compliance is increasingly becoming a C-level topic, as recent high-profile cases have shown that reputational damage from compliance failures can have serious financial implications.
“We are delighted to launch this new offer which intends to provide CFOs, CIOs, COOs and CEOs with a unified view of risk management and compliance across their business.”
The company will provide clients a three-pronged approach for its GRC portfolio, using a controll library comprised of global process model practice controls.
Capgemini will also have a 500-member professional staff of certified public auditors and certified information systems auditors in more than 40 countries and centers in India, China, Brazil and Chile along with local centers in North America and Europe.