The Business Objectives Module, based on ISO31000, integrates with the Risk Registers Module to link objectives with risks and define risk appetite.
The module connects with other solutions for integrated GRC.
Symbiant One enhances efficiency through automation and notifications, adapting to your company’s unique needs.
All modules are only £100 each per month.
Symbiant Business Objective Module enables tracking, analyses and actioning of the important objectives key to your organisation. Give ownership of objective actions and track them to completion.
The system sends out automated notices including assignments and overdue notices.
Symbiant Business Objectives Module for only £100 per month!
About the Module
With Symbiant Business Objectives Software Module, you can manage your Objectives effectively and efficiently.
You can set an Objective Appetite to define the acceptable level of Risks for each Objective.
The Module displays the Risks that exceed the Objective Appetite, so you can take action to prevent Objective failure.
You can also monitor the impact of Risks on your Objectives in real time and manage Risks that have weak controls.
You can link Business Objectives to various Modules in your System. The most common Modules to use with Objectives are the Controls and Policies Module, Assessment Questionnaires and Risk Registers. However, you can also connect Objectives to any other Module you want.
This way, you can see all the related modules in one place. You can also output all the information about the Risks, Controls, and Assessments that are linked to them through reports.
The Reviews and Actions tab, records information which allows reviews to be added about the Objective and actions to be created and assigned to specific users for them to complete tasks.
Automated email notices notify the users of the specific assignment, alongside reminders, if the action is not completed by the due date.
Assignees can then add progress updates to the action, including attachments.
Once an action has been satisfied it can be marked as implemented, emailing all parties involved.