Vendor risk assessment questionnaires are vital to the success of your Third-Party Risk Management program. They also can be tedious, time-consuming, and painful–for both your team and your vendors. It doesn’t have to be that way. The right mix of best practices and technology can reduce more risk while ultimately making life easier for you and your vendors.

Join ProcessUnity for a 60-minute webcast at 12:00 PM ET on Tuesday, August 20, 2019 and learn strategies and techniques that improve your assessment review process and reduce “busy work” for your team and your vendors.

Attendees will learn how to:

  • Dynamically scope questionnaires based on a vendor’s inherent risk (because one size doesn’t fit all)
  • Extend your automation platform to your vendors giving them self-service tools to complete assessments quicker and keep vendor profile info up-to-date
  • Automatically score vendor responses and be pointed directly to the areas that need your attention
  • Implement a collaborative process to manage questions, issues, and general follow-up
  • Streamline vendor communication throughout the assessment process to reduce manual emails and phone calls
Don’t miss this opportunity to drive efficiencies, save time, and drastically improve your Vendor Risk Management process.

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Mark Williams
Solution Consultant, ProcessUnity

Mark Williams is the technical expert for the ProcessUnity Sales team and prospective/current customers. Williams has over seven years of Governance Risk & Compliance experience. His career spans across Supply Chain Management, Warehouse Management Systems, Customer Relationship Management, and Governance Risk & Compliance including Vendor Risk Management.

Naomi Phaneuf
Senior Marketing Programs Manager, ProcessUnity

Naomi is a Senior Marketing Programs Manager at ProcessUnity and is responsible for thought-leadership and best practice programs.

Ed Thomas
Vice President of Marketing, ProcessUnity

Ed Thomas leads ProcessUnity’s marketing team and is responsible for the company’s awareness, demand generation and thought-leadership programs.


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