But there is an alternative, says Stevens.
‘Imagine a world where your risk assessment and compliance processes are centralised online, where everything is easily accessible and the whole experience drives collaboration,’ he says.
‘What if you could get a third-party cybersecurity, privacy, OH&S or modern slavery assessment out the door in just six clicks?
‘All of this – and more – is possible with our new product, aptly named 6clicks. This innovative platform is 10 times cheaper than the alternatives, super easy to use, ultra-secure and, like Xero, designed to be used alongside your trusted advisor.’
6clicks is a genuine turnkey solution. He likens it to DocuSign, which enables users to easily and seamlessly sign documents online, but with best practice policy, assessment templates and guidance from leading service providers baked in and ready to use.
‘Our mission is to make the process of risk assessments as easy as sending a document for signing in DocuSign,’ he says. ‘We’re taking the friction out of creating, sending and managing assessments, as well as managing remediation activities, post-assessment.’
Stevens says 6clicks is unique in that it is a ‘solution created for all stakeholders who take part in the assessment process – the assessor, the third party and the advisor. All these parties obviously play an important role, so we wanted to cater for all of them. This thinking was integral to the unique design of 6clicks and its powerful features.’
The launch of 6clicks comes on the back of Stevens’ and Strauss’ co-authored book, Chasing Digital.
In addition to his former roles at KPMG, Stevens has held senior roles at a number of other large companies, including Spotless Group. He is also the founder of several start-ups and a recognised thought leader in digital transformation.
6clicks is now accepting applications for the 6clicks preview program.
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