Web based governance, maintenance and control

Company implies the organizational unit and all its information, roles, KPIs, and strategies.

Despite that modern management systems focus on process orientation and asset management, the organizational unit is still an important object to register. Several activities are directed at the organizational unit and its vital information.

Such examples may include:

  • Corporate governance (remuneration, auditor)
  • Financial KPIs (turnover, revenue)
  • Number of employees
  • Enterprise Risk Management
  • Organization and roles
  • Vision, mission, objectives, and strategies
  • Audit program (Management Internal Controls, MIC)

The company unit is another aspect of the organization that requires governance and control. Most organizations have a mixture of process orientation and “hierarchy” in their day-to-day operations.

The first step is to register and document the organizational unit. Web technology facilitates the work and typical steps include entering key information, setting objectives and measures, responsibilities and control programs.


The organizational unit receives a performance score. Below are examples of measures to define the score and status.

  • Inventory status.
  • Governance compliance status.
  • Control program - for example MIC.
  • Risk assessment status.
  • Requirement fulfillment.
  • KPI measures.
  • Dependency mapping.
  • Non-conformity status.


  • Dynamic setup of organizational structure and roles
  • Dynamic setup of inventory content
  • Requirement rule engine
  • Measurement
  • Dependency component
  • Master data, API, Integration
  • Report generator
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