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Top Answer: The part I liked about Archer was the risk assessment for deficiencies and being able to use it there.
Top Answer: The problem is, and I've had years and years of experience using it, let's say decades of experience with it, and they keep changing it. It could be as much as two years or so and they change the… more »
Top Answer: For Archer, today there is everything from risk management to looking at security and how to track all the security defects. We don't have Archer connected to ServiceNow. We had the better version… more »
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Fusion helps your company prepare, manage, and act in any situation with our unique combination of consulting services and software solutions, including our award-winning software, the Fusion Framework System.

The Fusion Framework creates tailored and engaging experiences for all contributors, automates much of the administration workload, and establishes an information foundation that can be used to make better decisions. Check out how Fusion can redefine your business continuity, disaster recovery, and risk management programs.

Archer adapt enterprise governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) products to your requirements, build applications, and integrate with other systems, control the audit lifecycle to enable improved governance of audit-related activities, data, and processes, reduce the risk of IT and business disruption, harmful operational events, and significant business crises and build an efficient, collaborative governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) program across IT, finance, operations, and legal.
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Aureon, ETS, Discount Tire, Box,
T-Systems, Bridge Point, Equifax, First Data, Global Imaging Company, Manulife Financial
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Computer Software Company27%
Financial Services Firm12%
Comms Service Provider9%
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Midsize Enterprise22%
Large Enterprise56%
Find out what your peers are saying about Fusion Framework System vs. RSA Archer and other solutions. Updated: September 2021.
541,462 professionals have used our research since 2012.

Fusion Framework System is ranked 29th in GRC while RSA Archer is ranked 2nd in GRC with 4 reviews. Fusion Framework System is rated 0.0, while RSA Archer is rated 9.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of RSA Archer writes "Configure security applications easily while retaining the capability to customize with and without coding". Fusion Framework System is most compared with , whereas RSA Archer is most compared with OneTrust GRC, IBM OpenPages, Telos Xacta IA Manager, MetricStream and Galvanize HighBond.

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