The Dydon Concept
Until today risk and compliance monitoring systems typically aggregate company internal data from ERP or CRM systems, HR, Intranet or workflow applications for regulatory conduct compliance into a set of KPI’s using various mathematical methods. Due to the complexity this is normally done annually or best every quarter.
Yet, today’s world has changed. The exposure of executives has risen in recent years due to changes in regulatory responsibilities following the global financial crisis, the increased importance of social media channels and increased competition through globalization. Thus, to manage an enterprise effectively, executives need an always up-to-date overview of all operational, legal, financial, commercial and social risks in a single view, combined with the option to drill down to the root cause and run life “what-if” and sensitivity analysis.
In the Dydon solution, we combine classical risk and compliance rating logic trees to identify weak points within the company and use these as input for external data search and analysis to assess the company’s exposure. The result is a live dashboard with alarm features for c-level executives giving them a fast and easy to understand overview of the company stands from an internal and external view simultaneously.
Producing such dashboards and reports requires in-depth know-how of the industries (e.g. banking, insurance, etc.) an artificial intelligence technologies (machine learning, NLP, etc.). The Dydon team are subject matter experts from various industries and universitie
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