“There is nothing more powerful or honest than the voice of the customer,” Onspring’s Founder and CEO Chris Panteanius, said of the award. “SoftwareReviews requires a LinkedIn profile to ensure vendors cannot vote for themselves or disparage competitors’ offerings, and it takes no money from vendors to determine these rankings. Instead, they rely exclusively on the customer’s voice — the true experts who use, and dare I say, stake their careers on the success of these products every day.”
There are a lot of places where you can find reviews of Onspring’s platform, but only a handful from the real, vetted voices of users. Gartner’s Peer Insights website showcases vendors and products with reviews from real customers. Onspring is honored that our customers expressed their views of our solutions on this site and our overall rating on Peer Insights is five stars.
Wherever you are in the platform evaluation process, narrowing your choices down and selecting a new solution is never easy. This guide helps balance out the pros and cons of what your needs really are as you evaluate your current system and prepare to make a final leap to a new GRC platform.
When I’m asked the “How do you compare?” question or one of its many derivatives, I simply respond as follows: “To be honest, I don’t really have any experience with Product X, and anything I’d tell you would just be hearsay, so I can’t honestly make that comparison. Instead I’d like to hear about your goals and objectives so we can figure out a way to leverage Onspring to help you accomplish them in the best way possible.” Period.
Convenience drives so much of the innovation in the consumer market, often removing nearly all of the human interaction (or thought process) required to do a task. My point is this: When implementing various business processes into a GRC platform, a technology used to make completing those same everyday processes more convenient, be wary of “over-automation.”
On a daily basis, I work hand-in-hand (or phone-to-phone) with clients to guide them through implementing their Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) processes using platform-based software. Having been involved in the implementation of dozens of GRC processes in a number of different industries, I can tell you the one thing they have in common: they’re all different.