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Rsam Launches New OKR Metrics Module to Measure Business Performance Against Objectives and Key Results

SECAUCUS, NJ--(Marketwired - June 24, 2014) - Rsam, the industry-leading provider of Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) solutions, today announced the release of the Objectives and Key Results (OKR) Metrics module. OKR Metrics complements the award-winning Rsam Platform by delivering visual representation of an organization's performance against objectives and key results. This provides holistic perspective on potential and future risks they may face in achieving their business goals. Rsam will showcase this module in booth #625 at the 2014 Gartner Security and Risk Management Summit at the Gaylord Hotel in National Harbor, Maryland.

The OKR concept is a widely accepted and globally successful method of defining and tracking objectives and outcomes to drive business success. As applied to risk management, Rsam's OKR Metrics module allows organizations to visually monitor objectives with key performance results. Organizations can now easily create metrics, heat maps and other charts that enable risk managers to communicate business value to senior executives and board members. 

Rsam OKR Metrics enables organizations to define and manage the all key metrics associated with their business performance, automates the process to collect and measure these metrics and report against these defined objectives. When deviations from expected results occur, Rsam triggers alerts and escalations to appropriate stakeholders so they may make informed decisions on a timely basis.

"Leading global corporations like Google, Intel and Oracle have used the OKR methodology to set and achieve goals," said Vivek Shivananda, CEO of Rsam. "With Rsam OKR Metrics module, businesses may apply this proven methodology to their own risk management programs to ensure current and future business success. This becomes increasingly important as executives and board members recognize their responsibility in improving the efficiency and effectiveness of their organizations' risk management initiatives."

Rsam Objectives and Key Results (OKR) Metrics module seamlessly integrates with Rsam's existing out-of-the-box solutions and with other on-demand applications that customers have configured on the Rsam platform. Leading organizations leverage the Rsam platform to enable business performance, processes automation, maintain compliance, gain insight into problematic areas and proactively take action before incidents occur.

For more information on the Rsam Objectives and Key Results (OKR) module, the Rsam platform and other Rsam modules, please visit http://www.rsam.com/solutions/technology/objectives-and-key-results.

About Rsam
Rsam (www.rsam.com) delivers enterprise-wide solutions for Risk, Compliance and Security Management to leading organizations across financial services, healthcare, government, energy, retail and other industries. Rsam's platform-based, out-of-the-box solutions for GRC, Security Risk Intelligence, Vendor Risk and BCP/DR offer businesses the flexibility, performance and reporting necessary to deliver enterprise-wide risk visibility and assurance.

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