With Onspring web training, clients can access instruction precisely when they need it, any time of day or night, all around the world. Our video-based tutorials, coupled with written instructions for immediate, real-world practice, give clients a “just-in-time” learning experience that fits their schedules.
Internal Audit is a field for people who love to learn, and there’s plenty of good information on the web for practitioners who want to advance their careers. But what about the folks who are entirely new to the profession? How do they begin to swim in a vast sea of professional guidance?
Getting help with software implementation from trained experts is great. But what happens when the consultants are gone? Will you be equipped for success? Evan Stos shares three helpful tips for becoming self-sufficient and “owning” your solutions right away.
I’ll admit it, when you’re starting a business, one of the last things you want to think about are corporate policies. Your focus is on getting your product or service to market and growing a solid team, not on some collection of dos and don’ts. Besides, that’s what large, stodgy companies do, right?
It was great visiting with our clients and partners and learning all about the ways in which they are using Onspring solutions (and creating their own!) to accomplish incredible things. From traditional GRC to even a full-on Freight Management solution, I can safely say that our clients continue to push the creativity envelope, and we love them for it.
After months of planning, it’s finally here: Onspring Connect, our inaugural user conference. We’ve gathered clients from all over the US and Canada, from Seattle to Dallas to Boston to Newfoundland and everything in between. We have internal auditors, enterprise risk managers, legal experts, vendor managers and compliance professionals among our participants. In short, we have a lot of collective brainpower.
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.
One of the key ways I’m facilitating Connect this year is through the training classes on Monday and Tuesday. We’re offering two training programs, so our Administrators (from newbies to seasoned vets) will have a value-packed experience in the training room.