1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 29, 2008 6:34 AM by 347095

    Difference between GRC Manager and ICM

      Good Afternoon,

      My company is currently testing the features of the Internal Controls Manager (ICM) to get a better understanding of the functionalilty of the system. However, I came across the GRC Manager that Oracle now is offering and would like to know the difference between the two products. It seems like the GRC Manager could be a better product. Thanks for any information you could provide.

        • 1. Re: Difference between GRC Manager and ICM
          GRC Manager is a business process management solution where you can create business processes, assertions, risks, controls, test cases, Issues, assessments, attachments and create action items on them. It also has a workflow feature.

          It uses UCM for storing its documents and both GRC Manager and UCM need to be installed on a windows machine as it is a .NET application.

          Probably you might be intrested in exploring Oracle GRC Controls suite of applications (instead of GRC Manager). Oracle has bought LogicalApps and you can find lot of documentation in this regard on Oracle website