RoI in GRC emerges from the fact that the other option is to hire people and manually inspect data. This is a losing proposition--no matter how many people you hire, they will miss things because humans cannot process such huge volumes of data.
On an ending note, do you see 2016 as the year of GRC?
GRC today stands at an interesting crossroad. Every company in 1990s wanted to deploy ERP with SAP. In early 2000, sales rode the wave of CRM.There is an absolute demand surging around the world for GRC. Every company I talk to, in US, Spain, Australia and India, is seriously exploring GRC. This will create massive demand. 2016 will be exciting and we will continue to accelerate our momentum.
Source: Computerworld India
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