DoubleCheck Risk Management
Who Uses This Software?
Large companies with $500+ million in revenue with audit compliance and risk management needs.
Average Ratings2 reviews
- Overall 4.5 / 5
- Ease of Use 4.5 / 5
- Customer Service 4.5 / 5
- Features 4.5 / 5
- Value for Money 5 / 5
- Free Trial No
Cloud, SaaS, Web
- Founded 1996
About DoubleCheck Risk Management
DoubleCheck provides powerful software for managing enterprise risk independently or in an integrated Governance, Risk, Compliance and Audit suite. Our ERM solutions enable straightforward management of your risk universe and performance to risk appetite, with associated documentation, issue management, testing and reporting capabilities. With DoubleCheck, you have a cost effective, highly functional & configurable Enterprise-level solution to assure and demonstrate effective risk management.
DoubleCheck Risk Management Most Helpful Reviews
Reviewed on 3/4/2019
Easy To Use with Great Support
Comments: Planning and running the SOX program in DoubleCheck gives me everything I need.
Pros: When I needed to learn the software and when I have follow-up questions they answer the phone and solve the question. There is never a "run around" trying to learn detailed functionality.
Cons: Because my old SOX Plan was built in Excel, I had to get accustomed to a defined structure, but- thats exactly what I like about it too. No more data corruption; no more saying, "oh, that wasn't supposed to be there."
Reviewed on 10/5/2017
ease of usage and reliability is the name here
Comments: Great to use but do your research, this is best used for a medium to larger size organization.
Pros: So working in retail you deal with a lot compliance issues mostly when it comes to safety and risk, you have governmental agencies that require detailed information on your practices. Double check makes it easy to keep that information in a way that anyone can quickly pick up and understand your compliance practices. It's easy to integrate and fairly cost effective.
Cons: My only real issue is trying to ramp up to use it effectively in an organization, this isn't a software program so much as just a mechanism of the environment but most people would blame the software