When it comes to compliance, organisations' current state tends to be fragmented and inconsistent. They often can't say how many policies they have, where they're located, or even if they're authorised, consistent official policies, or informal documents.
There can also be horizontal issues.
Policies may be looked after by one group while guidelines are looked after by another, meaning everyone has gaps in their knowledge. To confuse matters further, different groups may be looking at different angles. So, for instance, while legal might be looking at ways to reduce a law's business impact, compliance may be more concerned with keeping regulators on side, and business may be focusing on lowering costs and boosting revenue
The right tech should help these disparate or even conflicting sides meet in the middle.
More importantly, beyond convenience, tech should also fit into a process that works for modern business, integrating with other systems, cutting the amount of time and effort needed to get a job done, and making it easy to collaborate
effectively across the whole organisation.