Global risk and compliance leader, 6clicks, has partnered with not-for-profit technology community Connecting Up to address the crucial need to automate and maintain risk and compliance programs in the Australian and New Zealand not-for-profit sector.
The Challenges Facing NFPs
Not-for-profits face an enormous challenge in automating compliance work, managing data and streamlining ongoing maintenance, compliance and reporting. As with other sectors following COVID-19, the not-for-profit sector saw a sharp increase in remote work and the adoption of cloud technology. However, the need to automate manual labour has become crucial and exacerbated by limited budgets and resources.
Regardless of size, not-for-profits have a crucial presence in society, coupled with various and individualised risk and compliance requirements, so categorising and maintaining this bespoke data segregation to operate their risk and compliance structure is paramount.
The Advantages of Leveraging 6clicks
The ease with which not-for-profits can use and deploy 6clicks in hours (not months) makes the platform perfect for the sector, as they no longer need to manage outdated solutions requiring hoards of consultants to install.
With an integrated content library filled with standards, laws, regulations, audit and assessment templates and control sets, not-for-profits can automate audits, manage risks and issues, define and track internal controls and compliance, report in real-time, and much more with 6clicks.
From cyber and information security to privacy and third-party risk management – the 6clicks Hub & Spoke architecture allows not-for-profits to centralise their risk and compliance functions whilst empowering and providing teams with the autonomy they need to succeed.
The Exciting New Partnership for NFPs
To that end, the partnership between 6clicks and Connecting Up offers Australian and New Zealand not-for-profits a 25% discount on 6clicks licensing to help ease the procurement process and support the sector in driving innovation and automation.
Group CEO for Connecting Up and Infoxchange, David Spriggs, says, 'Connecting Up is committed to building stronger communities through technology. We see the benefits of our partnership with 6clicks being of great value to our community of 35,000 not-for-profits'.
This announcement follows coverage of 6clicks by world-renowned GRC analyst Michael Rasmussen who covered the unique 6clicks Hub & Spoke architecture and its capability to accelerate deployment for companies of all types and sizes rapidly.
6clicks is powered by Hailey, a breakthrough AI engine to automate common compliance tasks, includes a massive content library, and is integrated with over 4,000 apps, including Microsoft Teams, Slack, Google, Typeform, and Google Suite.
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