Infographic – The Road to GRC Implementation Success! Avoid These 8 Crippling Pain Points

Infographic – The Road to GRC Implementation Success! Avoid These 8 Crippling Pain Points

By Holly Butterworth |

Whether you are looking to implement new GRC software or change an existing GRC platform to something more suited to your needs, there is lots to consider!

Without proper planning and scoping, you may end up with a solution that doesn’t meet the individual requirements of your business, has hidden customisation costs, or doesn’t get the uptake required due to lack of buy-in from leadership and poor staff training.

To make sure your next GRC implementation is a success (or work out where your last one went wrong), check out these 8 crippling pain points of GRC implementation, to make sure you avoid them.

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That’s not all, we have two more indispensable pieces of content to help you get a step ahead when navigating the potential complexities of GRC implementation:


Guide to Avoiding a Failed GRC Implementation Project

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On-Demand Webinar

When GRC Implementation Goes Horribly Wrong

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To discover if the Camms GRC solution fits the needs of your business and to talk to us about your requirements, request a demo of Camms.Risk today.



Holly Butterworth
Head of Delivery



Solution Partner

Australia | United Kingdom | North America | Canada

Turner & Townsend is a multinational professional services company headquartered in the United Kingdom, with 111 offices in 45 countries. They specialize in program, project and cost management and consulting across the property, infrastructure and natural resources sectors.

They offer tried and tested systems and processes for the analysis, planning and monitoring of projects, to deliver faster, cheaper, safer and more efficient working practices and better results overall. Thus, helping clients strengthen their business or investment case, grow stakeholder engagement, or make difficult choices at any stage of a project’s lifecycle.