Risk Mitigation and Functional Requirements in Dynamic Compliance Environments

Risk, risk mitigation, and accountability are at the center of several key industry regulations and are factored into all forms of financial and operational metrics. Learn how enterprise software can be used to develop strong models using balanced planning to mitigate risk.
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