Mavim helps organizations to connect and visualize information about policy, risks, and regulations in an integrated way that makes the relationship between business and IT-related goals visible. The insight generated by Mavim supports a business outcome-driven approach to IT management and governance.
The Mavim software also functions as a central repository for all governance and risk documentation, which creates the opportunity for impact analysis and compliance reports to be generated and published to internal or external stakeholders. Mavim facilitates compliance with the following standards: ISO 9001 for quality management, ISO 27001 for information security, Sarbanes Oxley and ISAE 3402 for outsourcing.
Learn more about how Mavim can help you create a Digital Twin of your Organization.
The Foundation of a Digital Twin of an Organization
With Mavim, companies can create a dynamic, virtual representation of their organization in its operational context – what Gartner calls a Digital Twin of an Organization. Every asset that falls within the context of an organization (processes, technology, architecture, infrastructure, customer interactions, business capabilities, strategies, roles, responsibilities, products, services, distribution channels) can be connected, reported upon and visualized. Bi-directional functionality facilitates change making to both the live and virtual environments in order to keep the two worlds in sync. This helps business leaders assess the impact of change in a controlled environment.
Mavim acts as a single source of truth for communicating compliance information to both internal and external stakeholders.
Mavim provides a number of pre-configured frameworks to simplify the journey to full compliance.
Map & tag key risk indicators in Mavim in order to receive (near) real-time insight into breaches as they happen.
Why GRC with Mavim
Governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) is a management practice that encompasses the rich disciplines of strategic governance, enterprise risk management and corporate compliance. These practices enable organizations to achieve strategic goals while protecting stakeholder value, while simultaneously ensuring that an organization operates within legal and ethical boundaries. However the primary obstacle facing risk management professionals in the upcoming three years is a lack of effective, enterprise-wide collaboration. Because powerful GRC strategies span the entire organization, the supporting technology must be friendly to the business user, as well as capable of providing a full set of risk management functionalities.
The future of governance, risk and compliance is not only holistic but fully integrated into the business. This means that any tool supporting Risk professionals needs to be able to provide GRC functionalities on a level of abstraction that is easy for management and business professionals to consume. It is not about limiting GRC specialists, but about integrating their critical knowledge into the business in order to drive value.