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537 views|414 comparisons
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33rd
out of 51 in GRC
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12th
out of 51 in GRC
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537
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414
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Overview

Active Risk Manager (ARM) solution can collect all risk data from anywhere in an organization, compiling it into one centralized system. ARM is the system of record for all risk-related information within an organization, putting high quality, real-time governance and compliance data at the fingertips of executives and risk managers - without reliance on a patchwork of systems or spreadsheets. If a risk is identified, response plans and fallbacks can be instantly accessible to all through ARM, the enterprise-wide, web-based system.

ZenGRC is designed to help you manage your governance, risk, and compliance programs. It was also designed with the end user in mind. The result? The industry's easiest to use, most intuitive product.

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EADS, Eurocopter, Lockheed Martin, RaytheonWalmart, Airbnb, Peak 10, State of Colorado, salesforce.com, GitHub, Alaska Airlines, Montgomery College
STG Active Risk Manager is ranked 33rd in GRC while ZenGRC is ranked 12th in GRC. STG Active Risk Manager is rated 0.0, while ZenGRC is rated 0.0. On the other hand, STG Active Risk Manager is most compared with RSA Archer, whereas ZenGRC is most compared with RSA Archer.

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