Enable consistent compliance and control with Compliance Management Software

The Challenges

  • With an ever-changing regulatory landscape, implementing compliance requirements and staying compliant is a daunting task. Within a financial institution the areas that are covered are truth in lending, consumer leasing act, fair lending, student loans, government collections, credit cards, unfair, deceptive, or abusive acts and practices. With this much ground and logistics that surround all these areas within a bank or credit union you will find that having a compliance management system (CMS) is imperative to achieve a sound Regulatory Review.
  • Tracking your compliance is challenging and not complying with applicable rules can pose significant risks and ultimately will result in inefficiency as your business struggles to get into compliance.

Our Solution

Organizations stay in compliance and go beyond compliance with Predict360 – a compliance management system with a process that helps companies define “why, what, how, where and who” will achieve compliance.

Predict360 platform helps organizations get in compliance and then stay in compliance. With a built-in Requirements Knowledge Base (RKB), populated with Federal and State legislative and administrative codes, a built-in applicability determination engine and notification of change, it can be utilized as a core component of your internal compliance program, capturing and documenting the rules and requirements you must comply with, and the evidence and activities around that compliance.

Key Features

Predict360’s Compliance Management Software is licensable as a standalone web-based application or as part of an integrated regulatory change management, risk, audit, incident, policy, procedures, competency and learning management solution.

  • Ability to communicate compliance responsibilities, assign tasks, track and catalog operational risks through task management.
  • Create and assign training plans and view reports to manage competency.
  • Calculate and manage risk through surveys (gap analyses, mock audits, and so on) and put controls in place to mitigate risk.