LeasePlan Corporation, a financial services company focused on fleet management, has selected BWise to integrate and optimise its operational risk management process. LeasePlan’s key objectives are quality assurance, standardisation across the different entities, and a more efficient operational risk management process.
LeasePlan is seeking to enhance and augment its current operational risk management initiative by integrating its loss and incident database, action monitoring and its risk library into one single platform.
Using one governance, risk and compliance (GRC) platform will enable LeasePlan to further standardise and improve its operational risk management process within the 30 countries that it operate and create more transparency internally and for stakeholders. LeasePlan selected BWise not only for its operational risk management capabilities, but also because BWise is a broad GRC platform.
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