Thomson Reuters Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) has launched BoardLink, a secure portal for the online exchange and execution of board business, such as compiling and sharing board books, to companies in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
Companies around the globe face increasing challenges when it comes to handling sensitive data, particularly in an area that is overlooked by too many businesses – the boardroom. BoardLink, which already live in the US and Canada, is available via a secure website or as an iPad App. It improves information flow between companies and directors by offering a simplified, secure work environment.
“Working and managing a highly mobile and global board is one of the biggest challenges facing a modern company,” said David Craig, president of Thomson Reuters GRC. “Some of the most trusted members of a company – the board members – are proving to be the biggest challenge simply because they deal with so many sensitive documents.” Craig says the situation can be further complicated with many board members serving on multiple boards which can operate across several countries.
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