AuditComply Awarded Place on G-Cloud 12 Framework for Risk & Audit Management

Richard Wilson October 2, 2020

AuditComply, an integrated risk and asset management platform transforming the way organization’s manage and report on Risk, Compliance and Quality functions, has been awarded a place on the Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) G-Cloud framework for a third year running. Qualifying the Enterprise Risk Management platform to compete for a share of public sector contracts valued at over £2bn.

This announcement comes shortly after AuditComply was recognized by the MEDICI team for being a true disruptor in the world of enterprise risk. Helping AuditComply secure a place on the lucrative RegTech Top 21 framework for providing industry best practices in both Risk and Audit Management categories. 

Richard Wilson, Marketing Manager at AuditComply commented:

“We are delighted to be included in the G-Cloud Framework for the third year running, demonstrating our continued commitment to the UK public sector. In a time where Risk and Audit management are being prioritized, AuditComply is here to ensure our current and future customers have all the insights and information they need to effectively manage their changing risk and opportunity landscape. Helping predict the unpredictable.”

AuditComply recently partnered with leading law firm Weightmans, to provide free industry-specific COVID-19 Audit & Risk Assessment templates. The Weightmans Regulatory and Employment experts have worked hard to distill the UK Government’s ‘Working Safely during Coronavirus (COVID-19)’ guidance into a set of practical, interactive checklists that can be used to:

About G-Cloud and the Crown Commercial Service 

The framework is an innovative procurement initiative for public sector bodies that use cloud computing, including central government, local government and important sectors such as health and education and emergency services. Over £5 billion has been spent via the first 10 versions of G-Cloud, which provides a simple route to market for SMEs to engage with public sector departments. 

This is provided through an online catalog called the Digital Marketplace. Services now include service definition documents, which provide detailed service information for those looking to purchase services. Currently, 5,224 suppliers have been awarded a place on the agreement. Over 38,000 services will be available for customers to access, subject to a process of additional assurance. This is a growth of over 25% from G-Cloud 11. Over 91% of the overall suppliers on G-Cloud 12 are small and medium-sized enterprises, with over 80% are micro and small organizations, demonstrating that G-Cloud continues to offer opportunities to suppliers of all sizes.

About AuditComply

As a fully-integrated risk platform, AuditComply transforms the way enterprises assess, automate, manage & report on Risk, Audit & Regulatory Compliance processes in real-time. A template-based system with an asset management framework allows users to build assessments, optimize audit planning & fieldwork, automate issue management, identify asset vulnerabilities & mitigate business risk all from one highly intuitive and user-friendly platform.

To avail of a free trial of the award-winning AuditComply solution, or to discuss a potential partnership, contact the team on info@auditcomply.com.

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