Governance, risk & compliance for a secure, compliant & sustainable enterprise

Control risk, effectively handle regulatory compliance & drive business performance

Navigating through the myriad of legal, regulatory and supply chain mandates has never been tougher – the business climate is increasingly complex and regulated, challenging even the largest businesses to remain competitive. Achieving visibility and effective controls within organisations can be challenging especially when many processes and procedures remain manual and fragmented.

Governance, risk & compliance (GRC) touches every person and every function in an organisation in some way. Effective GRC initiatives help companies, and their employees stay compliant, and ensure that each and every employee is aware of the associated risks of non-compliance.

Organisations need transparency tools to mitigate risk and assure compliance

Don’t let GRC become an intolerable burden that increases your overheads but an enabler of efficiency and success with Epicor’s GRC solution delivered through a combination of embedded capabilities, modules and related services.

Compliance is at the heart of Epicor ERP, with any new functionality consistent with published international standards and best practices including corporate and financial governance such as international accounting standards (IAS), international financial reporting standards (IFRS), and other generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) while also incorporating support for international trade standards such as restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (RoHS), Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) directive, and the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

  • Risk Management
  • Security Management
  • Corporate Governance
  • Global Trade Compliance
  • Environmental & Energy Management
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“Bringing our systems together in this way will improve the consistency of our data, remove duplication and give us total visibility of our operations. It will also support our quality control processes, which are critical to meeting the regulatory requirements in our key markets.”
Stephen Bratt, Biocomposites

Forward looking businesses embrace these challenges as opportunities to succeed

  • Tackle compliance requirements & aid in corporate social responsibility initiatives
  • Mitigate exposure to risk – full transactional traceability with table & field level audit tracking, enhance controls & enforce policies with integral business process management, as well as model & manage processes efficiently with business-defined workflows

  • Enforce strong security management practices – support comprehensive management of user, process & data tier security settings right down to securing objects like forms, fields, reports, menus & business service method calls
  • Gain cross-organisational financial visibility – with control over financial reporting, planning & forecasting processes, while complying with corporate, finance & international trade standards
  • Employ environmental & energy management – for both corporate social responsibility & bottom-line savings, using strategic sourcing, logistics planning, product lifecycle management & virtualisation
  • Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) – including strategic sourcing
  • Energy monitoring of business assets – to understand energy consumption & reduce costs
  • Lean supply chain management & global trade compliance – including definition of global trade standards for items & bar codes, such as UPC UCC-12, EAN UCC-13, EAN UCC-8 & GTIN-14
  • Retired product lifecycle management – sophisticated document management for organisations that need excellent audit tracking & control of documentation across the enterprise, including support for RoHS

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