Migrating your compliance programs from legacy tools to modern platforms may seem like an impossible hill to climb. But as this H&R Block case study shows, focusing on quick wins can help you scale mountains.
We’ve all heard the term “Too big to fail,” but when it comes to adopting modern technology platforms, many large organizations probably assume they are “too big to move.” When H&R Block began the journey to modernize its compliance program, the company started with more than a dozen programs spanning governance, risk and compliance.
All 13 programs were robust, including training and awareness materials, third-party risk metrics, enterprise policies and regulatory compliance. Migrating these wide-ranging programs to a new tool meant they would no longer be done in a vacuum. But it also was daunting.
The key to tackling the move was focusing on GRC programs that would be the easiest to migrate to Onspring and using that momentum to inspire the team to continue. Learn more about how to identify these quick wins in your legacy GRC programs as you weigh making the move to 21st century compliance tools.
Onspring, a leader in business process automation, shares a case study that explores how tax-prep giant H&R Block managed to launch its first GRC program in the Onspring platform in just one month.
Onspring empowers business users to gather intelligence and create enterprise-wide alignment, governance and resilience through its no-code process automation platform. Onspring ranks as the #1 GRC software in the InfoTech Research Group Leader Quadrant.