We’re packing our bags and getting set for a trip down to Nashville, Tennessee for next week’s RSA Archer Summit. There are over 1,000 people registered to attend and we’re excited to be participating as a sponsor for the fourth consecutive year.
Every year we see more growth in the Archer community, and every year we see organizations continuing on their journey to building a more effective and strategic GRC program, leveraging Archer to help executives and boards make better business decisions.
Some Iceberg highlights for next week:
- Booth prize draw – win a complimentary half-day Visioning & Alignment Executive Workshop
Drop by our booth and leave your business card for a chance to win. Delivered on-site by Iceberg’s senior GRC consultants, this workshop helps you evaluate current GRC processes, align the priorities of various business units to agree on the required outcomes, and develop a roadmap to reach your goals. Organizations across North America have successfully leveraged this workshop to evaluate current Archer deployments, and to help plan for future expansion/changes to their GRC program. (More info about our workshops.)
- “Recipe for Success: A Collaboration of People and Integrated Technology”
Kristy Ruthstrom (FirstBank) and Melissa Cohoe (Iceberg) are presenting a session on Thursday, August 16 at 1:15pm. FirstBank recently deployed RSA Archer as an integrated risk management solution to replace a legacy GRC platform. They knew from the start that in order to be successful, they needed people from across the organization to work together and be on the same page. In this session, you’ll hear how FirstBank and Iceberg fostered this teamwork throughout every stage of the project — from software selection, to planning, implementation and finally deployment.
- Customer Roundtable: “Promise to Reality – Overcoming roadblocks to build a thriving GRC program”
On Wednesday afternoon, Iceberg’s Andrew Vesay will be leading an mini usergroup for Iceberg customers. He’ll share some of the feedback that Iceberg has collected from recent executive discussions about the five most common hurdles to GRC success. It’s an opportunity for our customers to learn from their peers about how organizations have overcome these obstacles to build more effective and impactful GRC programs.