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Quantivate Releases New Policy & Document Management Software

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Governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) software and services provider Quantivate, has released its new Policy and Document Management Software solution, the latest addition to a suite of software modules designed to help organizations improve performance and make more strategic decisions through integrated risk management.

The Quantivate Policy and Document Management solution equips organizations to simplify and streamline complicated and time-consuming management processes through centralized storage, automation, and built-in best practices like employee knowledge testing.

“Organizations need a centralized and consistent approach to any type of document management,” said Julia O’Connell, Quantivate’s senior vice president of product development. “Quantivate designed Policy and Document Management to significantly reduce the time and effort required for a typical document lifecycle process, giving users the options they need now and as their organization grows and matures. This solution is a powerful new tool in Quantivate’s toolbox, and we’re excited to bring it to market.”

Policy and Document Management can be used as a stand-alone solution or in combination with Quantivate’s other software modules, including Enterprise Risk Management, Vendor Management, and Regulatory Compliance Management, among others. The product offers a number of critical features to solve common policy management challenges, including:

  • Policy creation and importing
  • Review and approval management
  • Employee attestation
  • Knowledge testing
  • Employee self-service portal
  • Automated task management

These capabilities eliminate the challenges of managing the policy and document lifecycle manually while also saving time, reducing risk, and improving policy quality and awareness.

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