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MEGA International to Demonstrate Enterprise Risk Management Solutions at ERM Conference April 14 in Chicago

MEGA International to Demonstrate Enterprise Risk Management Solutions at ERM Conference April 14 in Chicago

MEGA International, with leading-edge governance, risk, and compliance software, will demonstrate its enterprise risk management (ERM) solutions at the Enterprise Risk Management Symposium in Chicago, April 14-16.

ERM has become an essential strategy for enterprises as a recognized method to manage wide-ranging corporate risks. Through the ERM process, companies can identify potential risks, evaluate their threat level, develop a strategy and tools to control and mitigate critical ones, and monitor and amend risk management processes. Because enterprise risks may involve financial loss, operational failures, product safety, physical or data security, internal controls, or regulatory compliance, ERM includes processes and methods to identify and manage a broad range of risks.

MEGA International’s Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) Suite helps organizations implement effective ERM programs and achieve efficient corporate governance. Through its centralized operational risk assessment and management options, the GRC Suite improves organizations’ ability to efficiently streamline risk management, measure the effectiveness of internal controls, and align risks with business processes and IT systems. The MEGA International solutions are highly ranked by industry experts and analysts.

Conference participants can schedule private meetings with MEGA International at the event by contacting Mike Hebda at [email protected].

MEGA International (www.mega.com) is a privately-held company providing enterprise architecture, business process analysis, and GRC solutions, with 45,000 software licenses worldwide. Clients include Airbus, AT&T, Cadbury, DirecTV, Enterprise Rent-a-Car, Mars, Inc., Morgan Stanley, NASA, Nissan, Wyeth, and the US Departments of Homeland Security and Transportation.

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